Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI)
Confédération des industries papetières européennes
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Founded by merger of H-XD0691 - European Confederation of Pulp, Paper and Board Industries and H-XE1580 - European Paper Institute (EPI), following a meeting, 27 Nov 1991, London (UK). Also referred to as Confederation of European Pulp and Paper Industries. Statutes: adopted 25 Oct 1991, Brussels (Belgium); modified 12 May 1995, Brussels and 27 Nov 2007.
Regroup the European pulp and paper industry and champion the industry's achievements and the benefits of its products; promote the business sector by monitoring and analyzing activities and initiatives in the areas of industry, environment, energy, forestry, recycling and competitiveness in general.
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