European Association for the Taps and Valves Industry (CEIR)
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Founded to unify the valve industry associations in the original 6 European Economic Community countries, following contacts on European cooperation since 1947. Reorganized 17 Oct 1986, Dubrovnik (Yugoslavia).
Harmonize national technical and economic regulations; exchange economic and technical information and ensure reciprocal contacts between specialists, organizations and their member-firms, thus contributing to an improvement in market conditions and a growth in productivity; promote standardization of European specifications, preparing recommendations within the framework of international standards bodies; improve quality of products; strive for standardization of conditions of sale and commerce.
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General Assembly (at least annual); Board; Committees (3); Working Groups; General Secretariat.
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