PANAMA International - International Association of Sandwich-panel Manufacturers and Associates
Apr 1985, Zurich, as an international association of sandwich panel manufacturers and their suppliers. Ceased to exist 2009, Helsinki (Finland), on merger with H-XD7775 - European Profiles and Panels Producers Federation (EPPF) to become H-XM7156 - PAN and PRO EUROPE.
Unite European panel producers, improving relations and promoting cooperation among them; defend members' interests with national and international organizations; follow development of legislation and regulations which might have consequences for sandwich panel producers and make appropriate comments, proposals and suggestions in the interest of the industry; contribute to continuous technical and commercial development of temperature controlled and insulated environment.
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General Assembly (twice a year). Steering Committee. Chairman; Secretary-General.
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