Fédération européenne des industries de corderie ficellerie et de filets (EUROCORD)
Federation of European Rope, Twine and Net Industries
Founded 1975, as Federation of Western European Rope and Twine Industries – Fédération des industries de corderie-ficellerie de l'Europe occidentale. Subsequently became Federation of European Rope and Twine Industries – Fédération européenne des industries de corderie-ficellerie. Present name adopted 1995, on absorbing H-XD5156 - European Association of Netting Manufacturers (EURONEM). EU Transparency Register: 474697531319-18.
Promote dialogue and exchange in fields of common interest between industries; defend EU members against unfair competition; study and solve common problems; gather and disseminate publicly available technical information between members.
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General Assembly; Board; Technical Committee; TWGs (3); EU Liaison Committee. Product Committees (3): Rope; Agriculture; Netting Fishing and Aquaculture. Raschel Net. Shares common premises and secretariat with: F-XF6006 - European Federation of Steel Wire Rope Industries (EWRIS).
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