Committee of EU Luminaires Manufacturers Associations (CELMA)
1991, by 14 trade associations. Previously also referred to as EEC Luminaires Manufacturers Association and Committee of European Luminaires Manufacturers Associations. Full title: CELMA - Federation of National Manufacturers Associations for Luminaires and Electrotechnical Components for Luminaires in the EU. Current statutes approved, 20 Apr 2004, Frankfurt-Main (Germany). Ceased to exist, Jul 2013, following set-up of D-XJ6860 - LightingEurope. Registered in accordance with Belgian law.
Study any matters of common interest, with particular emphasis on their scientific, education, legal and institutional aspects; provide sectorial policies such as contact, coordination, representation and assistance for European and national associations, federations and organizations in the EU involved in the manufacture of luminaries and electrotechnical components for the luminaires industry.
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General Assembly (annual). Board of Directors, consisting of Directors of Member Associations. Executive Board, comprising President, Vice President, Immediate Past President, 2 Directors, Secretary General (non-voting) and Managing Director (non-voting). Permanent Secretariat; Technical Committee; Working Groups.
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