Hot Briquetted Iron Association (HBIA)
1999 London UK
1999, London (UK). Ceased to exist, 1 Jan 2011, when merged with H-XD7873 - International Pig Iron Association (IPIA) to form C-XJ2653 - International Iron Metallics Association (IIMA).
Promote hot briquetted iron (HBI) as the most versatile form of steel; inform ship owners/operators, charterers and terminal operators of the handling, shipping and storage benefits of HBI; assist iron and steel producers in the effective use of HBI.
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Board of Directors, consisting of one director per producer member, trader member and associate member group. Executive Committee, comprising President, Vice-President and Executive Director. Standing Committees (3): Promotion; Transportation; Technical.
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