International Association of the Soap and Detergent Industry
Association internationale de la savonnerie et de la détergence (AIS)
Internationaler Verband der Seifen- und Waschmittelindustrie
1952-10-24 Antwerp Belgium
24 Oct 1952, Antwerp (Belgium). New structure adopted 14 Jun 1991, Vilamoura (Portugal). Ceased to exist, Dec 1995, on merger with H-XD1858 - International Federation of Associations of Cleaning Products Manufacturers to form D-XD4941 - International Association for Soaps, Detergents and Maintenance Products.
Promote the interests of industries concerned with soap-making, detergents and allied products.
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General Assembly (maximum 10 delegates per member country); Board; General Secretariat; Committee of National Association Directors. Working Groups, dealing with: safety of human environment; environmental safety; biodegradability; packages and standardization; public affairs; customs and fiscal legislation; evaluation of products. U-XE3289 - Standing EEC Committee of the International Soap, Detergent and Maintenance Products Industry Association.
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