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Cefic has 3 distinct groups of members: Corporate (ACOM) - Federation (AFEM) and Business (ABM) and 3 types of partnerships: Associated Companies, Affiliated Associations and partners.
Corporate Members (ACOM)
Corporations with a production base in Europe and a worldwide turnover in chemicals of more than euro 1 billion.
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Federation Members (AFEM)
European national federations and associated federations across Europe.Download the full list of Federation Members
Business Members (ABM)
Sectoral businesses with a production base in Europe and a worldwide turnover in chemicals of less than euro 1 billion.
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Companies engaged in the production of chemicals in countries outside Europe in which the association has neither a member federation, nor an associated federation.
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European Associations representing a sector of the chemical industry.
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European non-chemical companies working closely with the European chemical industry.
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The Responsible Care ethic helps chemical companies to operate safely, profitably and with due care.
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