CBA opens up to new members

Builders merchant buying group The Combined Buying Association (CBA) has undertaken a strategic review and, to achieve more national coverage, is opening up to new members.

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CBA is the longest standing building material purchasing consortium and members are predominantly made up of a small number of significant regional independent merchants. The CBA ethos is based on a mutual respect of each other and unlike other buying groups there is no costly management fee or restrictive rules. The CBA trades with the major industry suppliers and believes firmly that the benefits attained by collective buying should all revert to the membership.

Any interested parties and potential new members should contact Will Godfrey via email: to discuss membership opportunities further.

Following the review, A.W.Lumb, now owned by the Lords Group, will be leaving membership at the end of 2022. Whilst sad to see them leave, the CBA recognise that A.W. Lumb have a different trading style to other members and wish them well in the future.

About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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