We look forward to work with different organisations and its members to achieve common goals and success together.
AWEBB is an independent negotiation body providing members with unrivalled security and confidence that they are part of a cohesive team that is working toward a common goal with shared challenges.
With over 130 branches across the UK and Ireland with many original members being part of the group for over 35 years.
ANEW was formed in April 1993 following the merger of two leading buying groups, CREW and NEDA. A further merger with EMMA followed in April 2001. Now one of the top three Electrical Wholesaling organisations in the UK, ANEW has over 20% share of the UK electrical wholesale market and is by far the largest independent electrical wholesale buying consortium.
Service: Providing a dedicated service to trade and industry from over 250 locations. We value each customer, regardless of size.
Products: A wide range of high quality and cost effective 'branded' products sourced from the world's leading manufacturers.
Felxibility: We operate a highly decentralised business philosophy through which our local managers are empowered to make all important business decisions.
The EDA was formed in 1998, having been previously known as the Electrical Wholesalers Federation (established in 1914) and represents the electrical wholesale distribution industry within the UK. Members account for around 80% of the industry and include the biggest names in the industry, as well as regional and local family run operations.
The ECA has been a driving force in the electrical engineering and building services industry since its formation in 1901.
Today, many organisations that are involved in improving industry standards and embracing positive change do so as a direct result of ECA involvement or alternatively engage with the ECA on an ongoing basis.
Cornwall Marine Network (CMN) is a membership owned organisation: created by a small group of Cornish marine businesses in 2002.
CMN’s main aims are to improve and grow the prosperity of the Cornish marine sector, to maintain and increase marine job opportunities, to improve the skills of the workforce and to encourage networking between members.