European Metal Union (EMU)
Union européenne du métal
1954-08-23 Zurich Switzerland
23 Aug 1954, Zurich (Switzerland), as International Union of Blacksmithing and Forging -- Union Internationale des forgerons-constructeurs. Statutes approved 22 Sep 1955, Luxembourg; further modification of allied trades, 21-23 Sep 1959, Vienna (Austria). Became International Metal Union (IMU) -- Union internationale du métal -- Internationale Metall-Union (IMU) in 1972. Present name adopted 1993.
Represent the interests of craft and small and medium-sized enterprises in the metal industry; provide a forum for discussion of training/educational affairs, promotion of the craft, branch-related problems and micro and macro-economic developments; represent interests of European members in European Union legislation and regulations.
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General Assembly (annual); Board; Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium), headed by Executive Secretary.
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