Association de l'Aviculture, de l'Industrie et du Commerce de Volailles dans les Pays de l'Union Europeenne asbl
ASBL (under Belgian law)
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Rue du Luxembourg, 47-51, bp2
Mr Cornelius Vermeeren
Mr Cornelius Vermeeren
The mission of the association is to defend the interests of the poultry processors and the poultry export and import trade in the countries of the European Union as well as protecting their rights and functions. Association endeavours to achieve this mission by:
- establishing closer relations between the various affiliated organisations;
- defining and implementing principles of economic policy relating to the poultry processing and the poultry export and import trade on the basis of the EU treaty;
- reinforcing the contacts between the affiliated organisations on one hand and the national authorities and institutions of the European Union and all other
authorities on the other hand;
- defending the interests of its members by any useful procedure.
the association does not have any profit making purpose.
Proposals and legislation in the field of animal welfare, animal health, antimicrobial resistance action plan, food safety and quality including labelling, international trade (negotiations) and the Common Market Organisation in agriculture. Update of the best available techniques reference document (BAT REF or BREF)
a.v.e.c. annual report and the study on the competitiveness of the European poultry industry
AGRI - Civil Dialogue Group Animal products
SANTE - Advisory group for animal and plant health
TRADE - Market access working group
It concerns working groups under Advisory committees
Not regular participant, but ad hoc dependent on the topic
Key topics for our work are in the field of animal health, animal welfare, environment, feed safety, food safety, international trade, product quality, sustainability
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member of IPC (International Poultry Council)
Federation of European and International Associations established in Belgium (FAIB)
01/2014 - 12/2014
400,000 € - 499,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
The main revenue comes from membership fees of members.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.