CEMA - European Agricultural Machinery
AISBL (non-profit association)
II - In-house lobbyists and trade/business/professional associations
Trade and business associations
Boulevard A. Reyers, 80
P.O. box: CEMA
(+32) 2 706 81 72
Mr Richard Markwell
Mr Ulrich Adam
CEMA is the European association representing the agricultural machinery industry. It represents and promotes the interests of this industry sector on a European level by co-ordinating the views of the national associations and their members. It provides know-how of the sector to the European institutions and other organizations to achieve a fair competitive environment via harmonized standards and regulations. It also informs members about the latest developments in related European legislation.
◦ Common Agricultural Policy (CAP)
◦ Agricultural Research (Horizon 2020 & European Innovation Partnership [EIP])
Industrial Policy & Internal Market
◦ Diesel engine emission limits
◦ EU type-approval of agricultural vehicles (‘Mother’ Regulation 167/2013)
◦ EU road safety rules for agricultural Non-Road Mobile Machines (NRMMs)
◦ Market Surveillance
◦ Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP)
◦ Global Food Security
Detailed information and regular updates are available on: www.cema-agri.org
◦ DG AGRI CDG CAP
◦ DG AGRI CDG Environment and Climate Change
Last year, the main activities of CEMA that were under the scope of the Transparency Register consisted of informing the Institutions about the technical possibilities of the industry in various areas. For example, attending General Expert Meetings that are related to agricultural machinery and answering questions about the current situation in the industry.
100%: 1 75%: 2 50%: 1
CEMA is a European network consisting of a Secretariat in Brussels and the National Association offices in the different countries. While the coordinating function is with the Secretariat in Brussels, much of the work of CEMA is conducted by staff of the national associations and also industry representatives. Meetings at European institutions are often followed by members of the CEMA Secretariat and staff of the national associations.
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Global Alliance for Agriculture Equipment Manufacturing Associations - www.agrievolution.com
01/2013 - 12/2013
200,000 € - 299,999 €
No funding received from the EU institutions during the last closed financial year.
By its registration the organisation has signed the Transparency Register Code of Conduct.