STAUFF Business Groups and Associations

Strength through association

STAUFF UK understand the value of belonging and are proud to share knowledge to improve business for like minded companies. As members of the following associations STAUFF UK regularly enjoy the benefits of conferences and working groups to jointly develop business partnerships, improvements in training and safe practices throughout our industry.

British Fluid Power Association (BPFA)

With some 250 Distributors and Manufacturers in membership the BFPA is the only full service UK Trade Association for all companies involved or associated with the Fluid Power Industry. Offering a range of services to both members and other industry stakeholders, the organisation provides a sector-platform from which manufacturers, distributors, OEM’s, end-users and all associated parties can network and promote the best interests of their organisations.

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National Fluid Power Centre (NFPC)

The NFPC are supported by in excess of 60 national and international companies, who form the NFPC Advisory and Strategic Planning Group. This Group collaboratively meets 3 times a year and is fundamental to the centre’s success.

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Made in Sheffield

Made In Sheffield is one of the World’s great brands, made famous internationally as a mark of origin and quality on the City’s manufactured products.

Today, Sheffield is a successful 21st century City of Makers, boasting world-class companies in sectors as diverse as advanced manufacturing, materials technology, the creative and digital industries, food, biomedical / healthcare technology and the creative and digital industries. Sheffield’s companies now have the opportunity to declare their proud manufacturing credentials through the use of the Made In Sheffield Mark, a symbol of the City region’s ongoing commitment to quality and excellence.

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Made in Yorkshire

Made in Yorkshire exists to challenge the erosion of British industry. This movement is based on a pledge signed by manufacturers to open a channel of communication with local firms, take on apprentices and export to new markets.

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