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Sea-Line joins trade association ICOMIA

We are pround to join ICOMIA as a Sustaining Member.

ICOMIA is the international trade association representing the global marine industry since 1966. ICOMIA brings together marine industry associations from across the world in one global organisation and represents them at international level, presenting a strong and united voice when dealing with issues challenging the industry.

Main reason why we are joining ICOMIA is the fact that the chemical industry where we operate is facing with dynamical changes in regulations of EU and regulations of individual countries. Sometimes directives are contradictory or difficult to interpret. We hope that with the support of the chamber we will be able to keep up with them and be ahead of them enough to offer our customers a safe and sustainable product. We are looking forward to synergy of community of yachting paints and chemicals producers.

http://www.icomia.org/


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