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EDIN joins EDRA/GHIN

Looking forward to the new partnership: the associations representatives.

EDRA, the European DIY Retail Association, and GHIN, the Global Home Improvement Network have today announced the joining of EDIN, the European Building Materials Distribution & Industry Network.
EDIN, a relatively young but rapidly growing organisation, is a platform that facilitates experience & best practice exchange and works with around 2 575 outlets in 22 countries throughout Europe. They represent an annual turnover of EUR 22.5 bn.
EDIN co-founders, Lucien Hardt, Philippe Hardt and Simo Manner, are delighted to be joining EDRA/GHIN. Lucien Hardt commented: "I am truly looking forward to working in close partnership with EDRA/GHIN and receiving the benefits of membership. This membership will help with the continued growth of EDIN and the organisation of EDIN events."
John Herbert, General Secretary of EDRA/GHIN, is also delighted to welcome EDIN to the network. He said: "This new partnership is a tremendous development and I look forward to working closely with EDIN in the coming years."

|17 July 2018


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