European Committee of the Manufacturers of Fire Protection Equipment and Fire Fighting Vehicles
Comité européen des constructeurs de matériel d'incendie et de secours (EUROFEU)
Europäisches Komitee der Hersteller von Fahrzeugen, Geräten und Anlagen für den Brandschutz
1969 Frankfurt-Main Germany FR
1969, Frankfurt-Main (Germany FR). Previously also referred to in English as European Committee of the Manufacturers of Fire Protection and Safety Equipment and Fire Fighting Vehicles. EU Transparency Register: 588863229596-57.
Establish and promote common policies on matters affecting the fire trade in Europe and lobby on behalf of the trade with authorities, public bodies and international organizations; promote and maintain high standards of design and manufacture; establish uniform nomenclature and definitions; exchange technical information; establish standards, and technical, testing and servicing requirements; promote fire protection and disaster control.
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