Published On: Thu, May 28th, 2020

GGF announces it will no longer be a TrustMark scheme provider

TrustMark has confirmed in writing to TrustMark Members (who had joined via the GGF) that from 31st August 2020, the Glass and Glazing Federation would no longer be a TrustMark Scheme Provider.

The GGF has notified TrustMark of all the GGF TrustMark Members to be removed from the TrustMark register.

If you were a TrustMark Member via the GGF, then please ensure you remove all TrustMark branding/logos from vehicles, websites, social media, stationery, and any other marketing materials. In addition, to avoid consumer confusion, you are requested to remove reference to TrustMark and your membership of TrustMark from any other literature, including quotes, invoices, and website listings. This should be actioned immediately, unless you, as a GGF Member chose to remain in the Scheme until 31st August. If the latter is the case, then you should take this action by 31st August.

If you would like to continue to take advantage of the benefits of TrustMark registration, you can join through an alternative Scheme Providerby making the necessary application via the TrustMark website: