Federation of European manufacturers of Cookware and cutlery (FEC)
Fédération de l'industrie européenne de la coutellerie, des couverts de table, de l'orfèvrerie et des articles culinaires (FEC)
Federación Europea de las Industrias de Cuchilleria, Cuberteria, Orfebreria y Menaje de Cocina
Föderation der Europäischen Schneidwaren-, Besteck-, Tafelgeräte- und Küchengeschirrindustrie
Federazione delle Industrie Europee di Coltelleria, Posateria, Vasellame e Pentolame
1952 Cernobbio Italy
1990, merged with H-XD2749 - Association of the European Manufacturers of Vitreous Enamelled Hollow Ware. Currently covers stainless steel, sterling silver, silver plated metal, aluminium, copper and lacquered tin-plate articles of cutlery, flatware, holloware, cookware.
Promote cooperation between members; give help and support on economic and technical improvements; work to the definition of technical standards; officially represent the common interests of members before international authorities and particularly to the European Commission.
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