European Potato Trade Association (EUROPATAT)
Association européenne du commerce des pommes de terre
Asociación Europea del Comercio de Patatas
Europäische Union des Kartoffelshandels
1952-01-12 Paris France
Founded following preliminary meeting, 1951, Assmannshausen (Germany FR). Statutes modified, 1 Sep 1952, Moorslede (Belgium). New statutes adopted, 5 Jun 2003, Ostend (Belgium). Current statutes adopted, 2010, Edinburgh (UK).
Protect the interests of wholesale potato merchants, in particular: develop international commercial activity in wholesale potato trading; protect professional and commercial interests on both European and international levels; represent the profession within official and international organizations; define common policy to further technical and commercial advancement of all traders and with particular emphasis on maintaining free trade in potatoes.
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General Assembly; Board; Commissions; Working Groups. Includes: E-XE9983 - European Committee on the Rules and Usages of Inter-European Trade in Potatoes (European RUCIP Committee).
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