International Organization for Motor Trades and Repairs (IOMTR)
Organisation internationale du commerce et de la réparation automobiles
Internationaler Verband des Kraftfahrzeuggewerbes
1947-07-06 Sundsvall Sweden
6 Jul 1947, Sundsvall (Sweden). Original title: International Office for Motor Trades and Repairs; present name adopted 1970. Rules amended: 1972; 1982; 1985; 1991; 1997. Dissolved.
Represent the interests of those engaged as employers in the sale, repair and servicing of motor vehicles; collect and disseminate information amongst members; encourage and promote ethical codes of trading with a view to securing international adoption of such codes.
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General Meeting (annual). Board of Directors comprising at least 10 members, including President, Immediate Past President and 4 Vice-Presidents; Chairmen of Special Working Committees attend, ex officio. Head Office/Secretariat, normally at Head Office of member administering IOMTR affairs, headed by Executive Director. Meetings closed.
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