British Stainless Steel Association

British Stainless Steel Association
Broomgrove 59 Clarkehouse Road
Sheffield
S10 2LE
United Kingdom
Phone: 0114 267 1260
Fax: 0114 266 1252

The British Stainless Steel Association (BSSA) exists to promote and develop the manufacture and use of stainless steel across the UK. Based in Sheffield, the Association provides marketing support, technical advice, information, training and education in all aspects of stainless steel.
Originally formed as an association of stainless steel fabricators, the BSSA has steadily increased the scope and range of activities over the years. Its strength lies in the breadth of its membership drawn from companies in all sectors of the industry and at all stages of the supply chain. It is representative of a broad cross-section of UK Industry: from larger multinational companies to smaller, family owned enterprises.
The primary objective of the BSSA is to encourage the use of stainless steel in manufacturing and construction. The active involvement of members is encouraged through participation in forums and working groups dedicated to areas of specific interest.
The BSSA is itself a member of both The International Stainless Steel Forum (ISSF) and The European Stainless Steel Development Association (Euro Inox). It also works closely with other partner organisations such as the Metals Forum, benefiting from their specialist knowledge and support, whilst representing the interests of the stainless steel industry to a wider forum.
Membership of the BSSA is open to companies or associations with a registered office in Great Britain or Ireland.

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