Federation of Associations of Technicians for Industry of Paints in European Countries (FATIPEC)
1950-01-07 Geneva Switzerland
7 Jan 1950, Geneva (Switzerland). Previously known in English as Federation of Associations of Technicians in the Paint, Varnish, Enamel, and Printing-Ink Industries of Continental Europe; in German as Vereinigung der Europäischen Verbände der Techniker der Farb-, Email- und Druckfarben-Industrien des Europäischen Festlandes; in French as Fédération d'associations de techniciens des industries des peintures, vernis, émaux et encres d'imprimerie de l'Europe continentale. Registered in accordance with French law.
Stimulate research and exchange of ideas and expertise and publish the results of scientific and technological works; support activities for development of international cooperation between coatings scientists and technicians worldwide; provide a platform for communication in the coatings world.
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