European Committee of Boiler, Vessel and Pipework Manufacturers
Comité européen de la chaudronnerie et de la tuyauterie (CECT)
Europäisches Komitee für Dampfkessel- Behälter- und Rohrleitungsbau
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1951-05-09 Paris France
9 May 1951, Paris (France), as European Committee for Boilermaking and Kindred Steel Structures -- Comité européen de la chaudronnerie et de la tôlerie. Present name and current statutes adopted 1974.
Represent boiler, vessel and pipework manufacturers' interests; study problems presented by development and evolution of the industry; take measures to assist the industry's progress.
General Meeting (annual). Officers: President, Vice-President, Past President (advisory capacity). Secretariat (rotates among members every 2 years), headed by Secretary-General. Sections (7): Pressure Vessels and Storage Tanks; Boilers; Transportable Tanks; Pipework; Penstocks; Site-Built Metal Vessels; Economic. Working Group on Certification and Qualification.
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