Becoming a member of the British Ceramic Confederation (BCC) provides great value, giving you access to our ongoing work and support around a range of business-critical issues facing the UK ceramics sector.
Full Membership is available to any manufacturer of ceramics in the UK, and provides access to periodic updates, and help and advice on all sorts of areas that may affect your company, including energy and emissions, and health and safety. You will also benefit from having input into BCC’s representation both at UK and European level with officials and politicians, and also from BCC’s participation in groups such as the Energy Intensive Users’ Group and the CBI Minerals Group. There are numerous other benefits – please check out our “Benefits of BCC Membership” presentation for more information. It is also possible to become a member of BCC for Climate Change Levy or Agreement (CCL/ CCA) purposes only, at a reduced cost. If you require only this type of membership, then please contact BCC for more information.
Materials and Machinery suppliers manufacturing in the UK and supplying to UK ceramic manufacturers are also eligible to join. Please get in touch for more information.
The BCC Ltd Articles of Association can be viewed here.
Download our membership brochure for all the information about what being a BCC member means and what BCC can do for you.Download
Membership fees are calculated based on turnover and membership type. Please ring us or download and fill in the form, and either email or post it.
Brick or pipe manufacturers automatically become a member of BCC via their respective sub-sector association (i.e. the Brick Development Association or the Clay Pipe Development Association).
By providing these details, you are not making any form of commitment or contract whatsoever – any information that we request is treated in the strictest confidence and used solely to assist you in deciding if membership of BCC is right for you.Topic Resources
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