CEPI is a Brussels-based non-profit-making organisation regrouping the European pulp and paper industry and championing this industry’s achievements and the benefits of its products. Its collective expertise provides a unique source of information both for and on the industry, coordinating essential exchanges of experience and knowledge among its members while providing technical assistance to legislators. Through its 18 member countries (17 EU members plus Norway) CEPI represents some 515 pulp, paper and board producing companies across Europe, ranging from small and medium sized companies to multi-nationals, and 950 paper mills. Together they represent 23% of world production.
CEPI has three standing committees, which take long-term strategic perspectives on the issues affecting the industry. These are the Environment and Safety, Climate Change and Energy, and Raw materials committees under which a number of ad-hoc issue groups operate. The Association Directors’ Group (ADG) is the senior advisory group to the Director General of CEPI and is composed of Director Generals of National Associations.
• To secure pulp and paper industry’s competitiveness towards EU policy makers
• To represent the paper industry with EU institutions and Brussels based stakeholders
• To improve the image and visibility of the paper industry and other related industries
• To be the example of how competitiveness and sustainability can go hand in hand
Confederation of European Paper Industries
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Telephone: +32 2 627 4911