European Oleochemicals and Allied Products Group (APAG)
Groupement européen des produits oléochimiques et associés
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1976 Brussels Belgium
1976, Brussels (Belgium), as European Association of Fatty Acid Producing Companies -- Association européenne des producteurs d'acides gras (APAG), as a sector group of D-XD0615 - Conseil européen de l'industrie chimique (CEFIC). Present adopted Aug 1993. Registered in accordance with Belgian law, 7 Oct 1977.
Represent and promote the European oleochemicals and allied products industry effectively without restricting free competition between companies; examine all matters relating to the oleochemicals production, supply and use; promote common interests and knowledge of members; seek collective solutions to technical problems of common concern; collect, exchange and distribute information of relevance to these objectives.
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