Confederation of European Paper Industries

Confederation Of European Paper Industries

The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI aisbl) represents the European pulp and paper associations towards the European institutions and has its seat in Brussels, Belgium. It monitors, analyses and acts upon EU legislation and initiatives relevant to the industry, communicating on the industry’s achievements and the benefits of its products. CEPI is member of the International Council of Forest and Paper Associations (ICFPA).

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