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With the close of the EGGER Group's business year on 30.04.2021, the wood-based materials manufacturer looks back on a special situation for the past twelve months.More
Mark Hayton, Director of EGGER Timberpak Ltd, shares his views on the\nwaste wood hierarchy and the importance of segregation.More
Designed to be togetherMore
On Friday 30th April 2021, local resident Bob Livesey will retire from his\noperational role with the international wood-based panel manufacturer.More
Mix and match decors and textures to create a cost effective alternative to painted timber.More
EGGER has introduced its new, international, flooring collection to the UK and Ireland.\n
The new EGGER PRO Flooring Collection 2021+ is packed full of new decors, available in a variety of thicknesses, board formats and styles.
Hexham’s largest employer helps local charities maintain vital support in the community.
Local charities, Gateway into the Community and Chrysalis Club Tynedale, have each received a £7,000 donation from EGGER Hexham.
EGGER’s best ever range of worktops: sophisticated, simple and sustainable.More
The EGGER Group has appointed Andrew Tait as its new Commercial Director for its Western Europe Division, to succeed Bob Livesey when he retires in spring 2021 after a 37-year career at EGGER.More
The EGGER Group closed the first half of its 2020/2021 financial year (reporting date 31 October 2020) with consolidated sales of EUR 1.45 billion (-2.1 % as compared to the previous year).More
Flooring for the future. EGGER announces the arrival of the new EGGER PRO Flooring Collection 2021+.\nLaunching early 2021, the collection builds on the success of EGGER’s current offering, with upgraded products, on-trend decors, realistic textures and a new flexible CLIC it! installation system.More
EGGER Hexham’s longest serving employee Alison Bird reaches 45-year career milestone.
\nTuesday 10th November marks the anniversary of Accounts Coordinator, Alison Bird, joining the wood-based materials manufacturer in November 1975.