European Vending and Coffee Service Association (EVA)
Founded 1976, as European Federation of Vending Associations (EFVA) – Fédération européenne des associations de la distribution automatique – Vereinigung der Europäischen Automatenverbände. Formerly also known in French as Association européenne de la distribution automatique. Subsequently changed title to: European Vending Association (EVA). Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 17 Jun 1980. Restructuration and new name, 1994. New statutes adopted 1995, 1998, 2000 and 2013. EU Transparency Register: 21371808279-69.
Represent the interests of the whole European coffee service and vending industry vis-à-vis European Union institutions and other relevant authorities or bodies.
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General Assembly (annual); Executive Committee; Working Groups; Committees (13); Permanent Secretariat in Brussels (Belgium).
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