ECSPP boosts Europe as the place to be

Burridge, Elaine
March 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;3/19/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 58, p44
Trade Publication
The article announces the relocation of the European Chemical Site Promotion Platform (ECSPP) from London, England to the Hague, Netherlands. The relocation, effective March 1, 2007, follows the appointment by ECSPP of Netherlands-based Lejeune Association Management (LAM) to manage its day-to-day business. ECSPP is working hard to increase membership and the public profile of the association. Chemopetrol in the Czech Republic joined the ECSPP at the end of 2006, taking the membership to 28.


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