Belgian Maintenance Association
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Bd. A. Reyers, 80
Mr Wim Vancauwenberghe
Mr Wim Vancauwenberghe
Asset Management and maintenance of strategic importance for the competitiveness and sustainable operation of enterprises and institutions.
The professional management and maintenance of physical assets such as machinery, buildings and other infrastructures, improves reliability and increases safety. All this contributes to sustainable economic prosperity, the protection of humans and the environment, and finally the quality of life for all.
BEMAS aims to help its members on the path to an ever better management and maintenance of physical assets.
BEMAS does this is through:
- The establishment of a network of maintenance professionals in Belgian industry;
- Providing a forum where members share knowledge and experiences;
- Spreading best practices and other knowledge on asset management and maintenance;
- The publication of information on asset management and maintenance through various communication channels;
- The establishment of working groups on specific themes and topics in the field of asset management and maintenance;
- Stimulating innovation and actively participate in research in the field of asset management and maintenance;
To undertake targeted actions to improve the image of professional asset management and maintenance in order to upgrade these areas and raise awareness among the general public;
- To encourage young people to take an education and/or a job in maintenance;
- Lobbying towards decision makers and policy makers;
- The quest for the recognition of the professions in maintenance and asset management;
- Setting up and managing a certification program in the field of asset management and maintenance;
- Maintaining relationships with similar organizations at home and abroad and undertake activities with them;
- Representing the Belgian maintenance community as a spokesman and partner at regional, national and international level.
In the past 10 years we have grown from 50 to more than 650 members active in +/- 450 companies.
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Member of the EFNMS - European Federation of National Maintenance Societies.
01/2014 - 12/2014
balance sheet 31/12/2012:
net fixed assets: € 0
current assets: € 17.383
cash and cash equivalents: € 401.774
Total assets: € 425.257
capital including reserves: € 306.290
provisions: € 10.453
long term dept: € 1.184
current liabilities: € 107.330
Total liabilities: € 425.257
profit&loss account 31/12/2012
Total revenues: € 587.103
personnel cost: € 203.378
other operating costs: € 383.725
Operating profit: € 8.900
Net financial income: € 1.964
Net extraordinary items: € 0
Taxes on profit: € 471
Profit/loss this period: € 9.953
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.