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AMEC

The Asociación Multisectorial de Empresas - amec - is a Spanish private non-profit business organization. With over forty years of history and four hundred associated companies. Amec is one of the first business groups promoting exports and internationalization of Spanish companies, bringing together industrial sectors and representing simultaneously eight sector-specific associations. 

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AMERIPEN

The American Institute for Packaging and the Environment (AMERIPEN) is a trade organization with an economic interest in packaging and packaged products. It presents the opinion of the packaging value chain on topics related to packaging and envrionment in North America. 

Using sound science, the institute will lobby legislators and regulators on issues related to the environmental impacts, marketing, sourcing, manufacture, and distribution of packaging throughout its lifecycle.

As the leading voice in the U.S. packaging supply chain, AMERIPEN drives action by:

  • Advocating for effective policies.
  • Aligning key stakeholders across the value chain.
  • Defining the role of packaging in a circular economy.
  • Enabling science based decision making.
  • Fostering a responsible supply chain.
  • Leveraging lifecycle thinking to ensure sustainable materials management.
  • Promoting the value of packaging.

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AMLOG

CFCIM

Polish Chamber of Packaging

Polish Chamber of Printing

EACCE

Fédération des Industries de Conserve des Produits Agricoles du Maroc

Fédération Nationale de l'Agroalimentaire

FEM - EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF MATERIALS HANDLING

FEM has represented European manufacturers of materials handling, lifting and storage equipment since it was founded in 1953. FEM is a non-profit trade association (AISBL under Belgian law) permanently based in Brussels to better represent its members and their interests vis-à-vis the European institutions and European partners.

FEM membership currently consists of 13 National Committees from Member States of the EU, as well as Switzerland and Turkey. They are the driving forces in promoting a common vision for FEM industries and in maintaining the European materials handling, lifting and storage industry’s position of leader on the world market. The European industry has an annual turnover of more than 50 billion euros (2011). In total, FEM represents more than 1,000 companies with about 160,000 employees, covering around 80% of all eligible European companies. It thus accounts for more than half of the world's total production.

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FIFAGE

Foodservice Packaging Association

The FPA brings together manufacturers and distributors of packaging used to serve and prepare food and beverages on the go with the UK’s hospitality industry.

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IK

With over 300 member companies, the IK Industrievereinigung Kunststoffverpackungen e.V. is the largest association in the plastic packaging sector in Europe. The IK is a powerful trade association which represents the interests of the German plastic packaging industry at both national and international level. Furthermore, the IK is the largest supporting member of the German Association of Plastics Converters (GKV) and is therefore also involved in matters concerning the entire plastics processing industry in Germany.

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NVC

NVC (founded in 1953) is the association of companies addressing the activity of packaging throughout the supply chain of packaged products. The NVC membership, projects, information services and education programme stimulate the continuous improvement of packaging.

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Packaging Society

The Packaging Society, formerly the Institute of Packaging, is one of the world's most established bodies for packaging professionals and is here to support people throughout their packaging career.

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Packtec

PACKTEC is the Tunisian Technical Center in Tunisia, its role is the improvement of the competitiveness of Tunisian packaging and printing industries through offering to companies adapted technical services in order to improve the quality of their packaging :

  • Analyses and tests
  • Assistance and consultancy
  • Packaging design, training
  • Research and development
  • Information and strategic awareness

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PPMA

The Processing & Packaging Machinery Association (PPMA) aims to provide a range of quality, cost effective services and publications to help members develop their business. To do so, they shed light on many current issues and information and act as a link between members, members and customers, members and government and other organisations.

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