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  • Important Information

    Unfortunately, the systems of Knauf Group have been the target of a cyber-attack on the night to Wednesday, June 29.

    Our cyber security system responded immediately, and the global IT team managed to isolate the incident. The protective decision was made to shut down services, while further forensics are in progress.

    We are currently working heavily to mitigate the impact to our customers and partners – as well as to plan a safe recovery. However, we apologize for any inconvenience or delays in our delivery processes, that may occur.

    We would like to thank you for your understanding and trust. Please rest assured that we will inform you about our progress, and as soon as we are “back to business as usual

  • Knauf cyber attack update

    As an update to our communication on the 29th June, we want you to inform about the fact, that our IT-systems have been the target of a cyber-attack at approximately 1 a.m. (CET) this Wednesday, June 29th. Our cyber security system responded immediately, and the global IT team managed to isolate the incident. The protective decision was made to shut down services, while further forensics are in progress.

  • Technical Difficulties

    We are currently experiencing IT difficulties which is impacting our ability to offer the level of service we would expect to you at present. The following systems and services are adversely affected:

    • Telephone systems
    • Order processing
    • Product dispatch and delivery
    • Customer Service team access


    Knauf has reached an agreement with Gypfor for the purchase of a new plasterboard manufacturing plant in Newport, South Wales. This multi-million pound investment will increase the UK production volume of Knauf’s range of gypsum-based building materials by 20% when fully onstream in Q1 2023. It is an emphatic demonstration of the Group’s commitment to dry construction in the UK and Ireland markets.   

  • Planet Mark

    Knauf is delighted to announce that it has joined Planet Mark, a widely recognised organisation that offers sustainability certification to businesses via the independent verification of social and carbon data. In doing this, Knauf has also committed to an annual carbon emissions reduction of at least 2.5%. 

  • Ready for Lift Off: New Forklifts for Knauf Sittingbourne

    Fourteen new forklift trucks have been rolled out at the Sittingbourne plant, bringing improved safety, greater management control and cleaner operation. 


    The new trucks include the most modern safety features, including an incident sensor triggering the truck to halt and a Linde BlueSpot™ light safety system to alert pedestrians to oncoming trucks that may be out of their direct line of sight. 

  • Bouncing back into a career in construction

    In the third instalment of our blog series about Bounce Back we caught up with Phil Wheelband who told us about the charity’s support in helping him pursue a career in the construction industry on his release from prison. 

  • Sound sustainability with Knauf acoustic ceilings

    Creating sustainable spaces relies on the use of circular materials that maintain their functionality and performance over their lifetime and can then be recycled and reused.

  • Bounce Back Blog 2 - Providing people with a choice

    We asked Lenny Watson, Head of Department for Bounce Back to tell us about the charity’s journey from being a fledgling organisation to becoming a vital career developer for prisoners and recently released prisoners.

  • Bounce Back

    The Bounce Back charity provides skills training to prisoners, giving a route back into mainstream society while also addressing the skills shortage in construction. This is the first in a series of blogs in which we explore this fantastic organisation.

  • Knauf publishes EPDs for core product range

    Knauf UK has established a range of Environmental Product Declarations for its core product range.

  • Knauf sponsors architectural award

    Knauf is delighted that the winner of the Civic Building of the Year category in the Dezeen Awards 2021 public vote is Cinema Le Grand Palais by Antonio Virga Architecte.