Association of the European Two-Wheeler Parts' and Accessories' Industry (COLIPED)
1960-11-09 Amsterdam Netherlands
9 Nov 1960, Amsterdam (Netherlands), as Comité de liaison des pièces et équipement de deux-roues. Subsequently changed title to Liaison Committee of Manufacturers of Parts and Equipment for Two-Wheeled Vehicles in the EEC -- Comité de liaison des fabricants de pièces et équipements de deux-roues des pays de la CEE (COLIPED) -- Verbindungsausschuss der Hersteller von Teilen und Zubehör für Zweiräder in den EWG-Ländern -- Comitato di Collegamento dei Costruttori di Parti Staccate dei Veicoli a due Ruote nei Paesi della CEE -- Verbindingskomitee der Fabrikanten van Onderdelen en Toebehoren voor Tweewielers in de EEG-Landen. Became official non-profit organization, 2001, when original and full French title disappeared. Ceased to exist when merged with U-XD0025 - Comité de liaison des fabricants européens de bicyclettes (COLIBI) to become D-XM4370 - Confederation of the European Bicycle Industry (CONEBI), Nov 2014.
Defend the interests of the European two-wheeler parts' and accessories' industries.
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