European Materials Handling Federation
Fédération Européenne de la Manutention (FEM)
Europäischen Vereinigung der Förder- und Lagertechnik
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1953-11-06 Paris France
Founded at 1st European Congress for Materials Handling, following recommendations of a study group set up in 1951 by the then H-XH7171 - Organization for European Economic Cooperation (OEEC).
Represent and defend technical, economic and political interests of European manufacturers of materials handling, lifting and storage equipment; provide a platform for exchanges on market trends and technological developments; cooperate with other industrial sectors and international trade partners on issues of common interest.
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General Assembly (every 2 years); Board; Executive Committee; General Secretariat. Product Groups. National Committee.
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