Community of European Shipyards Associations (CESA)
1 Jul 2004, by merger of H-XD5272 - Association of European Shipbuilders and Shiprepairers (AWES) and U-XE3660 - CESA Committee of EU Shipbuilders' Associations. Ceased to exist, Feb 2012, on merger with H-XD5858 - European Marine Equipment Council (EMEC) to become D-XJ5945 - European Shipyards' and Maritime Equipment Association (SEA Europe).
Intensify cooperation among shipyards of national member associations in Europe; promote interests of the industry in Europe and maintain and promote its activity in European countries; study matters facing the industry; participate in and/or promote studies.
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General Assembly (annual). Board, comprising Chairman, 1st and 2nd Vice-Chairmen, Secretariat and Directors' Committee. Working Groups (6): Market and Forecast; Monitoring; Social Dialogue; Trade Affairs; COREDES; Naval Yards Group. Technical Advisory Committee; Ship Maintenance, Repair and Conversion Group; Delegation to the IMO; Delegation to the OECD.
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