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    Press Release | FEICA publishes more Good Practice stories

    FEICA continues to raise awareness of the significant efforts made by the adhesive and sealant industry to fully embrace the circular economy. 

    There are now 10 FEICA Good Practice stories available on the dedicated FEICA webpage. Each of them demonstrates how companies enable sustainability.

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    Press Release | Current trends in key adhesive raw materials

    IVK, the German Adhesive Association, has published a report on current trends in raw materials. Despite intensified political uncertainties, the prospects for world economic activity are improving, indicating that business will continue to pick up around the globe.

    However, many factors combine to restrict the availability of key raw materials in Europe – which will lead to shortages, along with the attendant price rises.

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    Press Release | FEICA’S first Good Practice stories published

    FEICA’s first Good Practice stories have been published on the FEICA website highlighting the association’s latest initiative specifically developed to support its sustainability goal.

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    Press Release | FEICA unveils new logo

    FEICA unveils new logo signalling the Association's dynamic and innovative future.

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    Press Release | FEICA appoints successor to its retiring Secretary General

    Philip Bruce succeeds Bernard Ghyoot as Secretary General of FEICA

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    FEICA sets out its Sustainable Development Agenda

    This document is intended to broaden and improve understanding of sustainability in the industry, promote best practice, and encourage industry to increasingly engage in the development of adhesives and sealants solutions that enable customers and industries to operate more sustainably.

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    FEICA Constitution and By-laws

    The FEICA Constitution (Statutes) and bylaws, first published in Belgium on 26 October 2006. The latest modification was approved at the General Assembly on 13 September 2017.

    In 1972 FEICA (Fédération Européenne des Industries de Colles et Adhésifs) was formally founded at the first General Assembly in Rome. Mr. Wilfried de Kesel, Fédération des Industries Chimiques de Belgique, was elected as first president of the new Association of  the European Adhesive and Sealants Industry. The German adhesives association in Düsseldorf provided the secretariat.

    Since its inception, FEICA has continued to grow and expand its areas of interest. Although for many years a federation of national adhesive and sealants associations, in 2007 FEICA expanded the membership structure to include direct company members and associate company members. 

    In January 2007 the FEICA secretariat and office was relocated near the premises of the European Chemical Council (CEFIC) in Brussels. This has enabled FEICA to become more closely involved with the European Commission and other EU institutions and to build relationships with the chemical producer and other chemical user associations and advance the interests of the adhesive and sealant industry.

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    FEICA Information brochure

    FEICA information brochure, also available in hard copy. Publ. Ref. FMI-C08-019, © FEICA 2013.

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    FEICA Strategic Drivers

    FEICA brochure (with updated logo) 'A strategy to deliver a successful, innovative and sustainable industry''. Originally published in 2014.

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    FEICA in the news - ECHA

    ECHA Newsletter 2016 Issue 1, February: Supply Chain communication - help yourself, use the tools

    ECHA, sector associations and EU Member States have worked for two years to develop tools and templates to improve communication on safe use in the supply chain. The work has got off to a promising start: new tools that help both registrants and downstream users have already been published and many more are in the pipeline.

    In this article ECHA has interviewed Divina Gómez, Regulatory Affairs Manager at FEICA, about the use maps being developed for the adhesive and sealant industry helping them to prepare more realistic safety assessments for their REACH registrations.