Economic Chamber of Non-Ferrous Metals and Recycling
The mission of the Chamber of Commerce of Non-ferrous Metals and Recycling, as an economic self-government organisation, is to support the development of the non-ferrous metals industry and metal recycling in Poland. The Chamber was established in 1995 on the initiative of business entities and institutions focused on the non-ferrous metals industry. In its current form it operates since 14 January 2010, when the Economic Chamber of Non-ferrous Metals and the Polish Association of Metal Recycling merged, bringing together companies processing metal scrap and waste. The members of IGMNiR include companies and firms conducting business in the non-ferrous metals industry and recycling sector. In addition, the Chamber’s potential is strengthened by universities, scientific and research institutions, industry social organizations and business partners cooperating with the metal industry.
Areas of export support
The Chamber represents the interests of business entities which are its members in the face of EU, state and local administration, takes care to protect the market interests of both its members and the entire industry, especially through cooperation with Polish and EU public administration, and organizes training courses and conferences on industrial, trade, tax and financial policy, environmental protection, and changes in current legislation.