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European Marine Equipment Council


The European Marine Equipment Council (EMEC), formed in late 1991, now comprises 11 European Trade Associations (one more than last year), from Finland, France, Germany (two), Italy, Norway (two), Spain, Sweden, The Netherlands and Great Britain. The current President is Herr Hans Hoffmann, formerly the President of STN Atlas Elektronik GmbH and the Chairman is Captain Brian Tayler, the Director General of the British Marine Equipment Council.
EMEC's role is to represent the European marine equipment industry on matters of mutual interest or concern at European Commission level. Such meetings take place, both independently and in conjunction with the other key maritime organisations concerning maritime policy issues.
EMEC's priorities for 1999 are to continue to raise the profile and public image of the marine equipment industry in the EU, to represent vigorously the interests of European marine equipment suppliers on a Community level, to develop closer relations with the shipowners and shipbuilders/shiprepairers, and most importantly, with the relevant directorates within the European Commission in an effort to be pro-active concerning technical harmonisation of standards.
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