International Special Tooling and Machining Association (ISTMA)
1973-09-28 Frankfurt-Main Germany FR
28 Sep 1973, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR), as International Special Tooling Association (ISTA).
Help national industry associations and their member companies achieve business success in the global economy; enhance the reputation of the industry and its employees; maintain contacts and provide a channel of communication between members; defend the interests of members with regard to international organizations, authorities and other associations; promote efficiency and profitability of firms within their member associations; review training and educational standards for skilled workers employed by the industry, particularly in times of rapid technological changes; establish standard recommendations for the standard tooling components on a worldwide basis.
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Board of Directors, comprising President, President of European Branch, President of American Branch and 2 additional members. Supervisory Board of 3 members.
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