Industry and trade organizations

The following industry and trade organizations provide useful data about our industry.

Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM)

This strategic alliance was established in 1967 to serve the common needs and purposes of U.S. based home appliance manufacturers. This focus remains today – to serve the manufacturers and their customers. Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers, US.

Appliance Magazine, US is a publication of DCP Communications, Inc., a division of Dana Chase Publications, Inc. Dana Chase Publications has served as communicators for the appliance industry for 60 years. Today is the premiere electronic industry information source, with content focused into 20 industry Zones for targeted editorial coverage., US

Home appliance information source., US.

Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturers Association, US

This association promotes a positive image, collects and disseminates information of common interest, monitors government and safety regulations affecting the industry, and takes action to protect the industry from unfair and unjust rules and regulations. Vacuum Cleaner Manufacturers Association, US.

European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers

CECED represents the European Industry of household appliances, which employs 200,000 people directly. It represents a yearly turnover of about 35 billion Euro. CECED’s main objective is to represent and defend European Industry interests. The Association acts as a partner in dialogue with the EU’s political and regulatory institutions and also interacts with the press and media, non-governmental organizations representing a range of different interests (including consumers and environmental groups) and other interested parties. European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers.

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