European Ceramic Industry Association (CERAME-UNIE)
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1962-10-25 Brussels Belgium
Study matters of common interest for the ceramic industry in scientific, technical, economic, legal and other areas in the framework of the European economic integration; develop and promote common positions on these issues with European Union authorities.
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General Assembly. Board of Presidents, comprising Chairman, 2 Vice-Chairmen and Sector Presidents. Committee of Directors. Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General. Sectors (10): D-XD0759 - Tiles and Bricks Europe (TBE); E-XE0344 - European Ceramic Tile Manufacturers' Federation (CET); D-XD0754 - Fédération européenne des industries de porcelaine et de faïence de table et d'ornementation (FEPF); D-XD0724 - European Federation of Ceramic Sanitaryware Manufacturers; D-XD0738 - European Refractories Producers Federation; E-XE0503 - European Technical Ceramics Federation (EuTeCer); D-XD0756 - European Federation for the Vitrified Clay Pipe Industry; D-XD2494 - Federation of European Producers of Abrasives (FEPA); D-XM7465 - European Expanded Clay Association (EXCA); J-XM5236 - European Enamel Authority (EEA) (Associate member).
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