International Corrugated Case Association (ICCA)
Association internationale des fabricants de caisses en carton ondulé
1961 Paris France
Founded 17 Mar 1961, Paris (France), by 'Fibre Box Association (FBA)' and D-XD0735 - European Federation of Corrugated Board Manufacturers.
Provide members those services and activities that can be most effectively conducted by an international organization; provide services that support and enhance the work of members and contribute to the well-being of the corrugated packaging industry worldwide.
Events25 past events available with paid subscription only.
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General Meeting; Global Summit (every 2 years) in the country where the Chairman is located; Board of Directors; Secretariat.
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