Canadian Plastics

FEPAC begins government lobbying (September 01, 2009)

The Federation of Plastics and Alliances Composites (FEPAC), the Montreal-based association of plastics processors, has announced plans to undertake a new phase of its action plan. According to executive director Pierre Fillion, the plan...

September 1, 2009   Canadian Plastics



The Federation of Plastics and Alliances Composites (FEPAC), the Montreal-based association of plastics processors, has announced plans to undertake a new phase of its action plan.

According to executive director Pierre Fillion, the plan consists of “officially presenting different projects and programs developed over recent months to different strategic groups, and both federal and provincial governmental agencies.”

“Since January 2009, all the resources were devoted to mobilise different actors and industry partners around FEPAC’s vision and action plan,” Fillion continued. “Results are above expectations, and we are very proud of the outcome of our efforts and the level of engagement from all leaders and decision-makers of the industry.”

According to Fillion, FEPAC’s major initiatives are intended to provide the different-sized players in the plastics and composites sectors with powerful leverage to improve their competitiveness and global performance.

Approximately 70 members have joined FEPAC since the beginning of 2009, Fillion said.


Print this page

Related Stories

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*