Ceramics trade body Chief Executive takes up Board appointments for sector organisations
The Chief Executive of the trade association for the UK ceramics manufacturing industry will use his expertise to support two major industry bodies after being asked to join their Boards.
Rob Flello, of the British Ceramic Confederation (BCC), has been asked to sit on the Board of the Construction Products Association, as well as join the Advisory Board for the Advanced Ceramics Show and The Advanced Materials Show.
He said he was delighted to have been asked by the CPA as it continues to champion construction product manufacturers and suppliers.
Rob, who joined BCC in February 2022 as its Chief Executive, added: “The values and aims of the BCC and CPA are closely aligned as we represent sectors of the UK manufacturing industry that are vital to a strong and stable economy through construction.
“I am looking forward to working closely with other members of the Board in continuing to highlight the essential nature of our industry.”
The Advanced Ceramics Show and The Advanced Materials Show, which will take place at the NEC in Birmingham, will bring together industry, academia and commercial R&D involved in the latest technical ceramic solutions, on 28 /29 June. Co-located with the Battery Cells & Systems Expo, and Vehicle Electrification Expo, the four shows will welcome hundreds of exhibitors and thousands of visitors.
Rob said: “I am enjoying working with the Advisory Board to highlight how essential UK technical ceramics are to modern life.
“Members of the British Ceramic Confederation are innovative and forward thinking with immense expertise, and I aim to harness their values and ambitions within my advisory role and firmly put the spotlight on UK ceramics.”
The British Ceramic Confederation represents the common and collective interests of all sectors of the industry. Its member companies cover the full spectrum of UK ceramic manufacturing, including the supply of materials, and comprise more than 90 per cent of the industry’s manufacturing capacity.