International Association of Seed Crushers (IASC)
Association internationale des transformateurs de graines oléagineuses
1910 London UK
1910, London (UK), as International Seed Crushers' Committee. Present title adopted, 1919. Also referred in French as Association internationale des fabricants d'huile. Ceased to exist, 31 Dec 2007.
Promote international commerce in oilseeds, oils and fats; promote cooperation between members and defend their common interests.
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Congress (annual) elects President, Vice-President and Secretary. Consultative Committee (meets twice a year). Congresses closed.
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