Since its foundation in 1958, Eurovent has been developing into one of the largest industry committees worldwide that represents national associations (Members), manufacturers (Affiliated Manufacturers, Corresponding Members), and related organisations (Associate Members) in the area of indoor climate, process cooling, and food cold chain technologies – thinking beyond ‘HVACR’.
In Europe, we are proud to represent a strong industrial base of small- and medium-sized manufacturers from all across the continent. These companies constitute the backbone of our association. They employ thousands of people while significantly contributing to national public accounts and regional developments.
Eurovent is home to over 1.000 manufacturers from more than 30 countries, accounting for a combined annual turnover of more than 30bn EUR, employing around 150.000 people within the association’s geographic area.
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Members (National Associations)
Eurovent’s Members are major national sector associations from Europe, the Middle East and Africa that are representing manufacturers in the area of Indoor Climate, Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain technologies (‘HVACR’).
Manufacturers that belong to a Eurovent Member are automatically part of Eurovent through the respective national association, and directly participate in Eurovent activities. They are referred to as Affiliated Manufacturers. This structure ensures a level-playing field independent from organisation sizes or membership fees.
Eurovent’s Corresponding Members are manufacturers from Europe, the Middle East and Africa, which do not yet have a national association representing Indoor Climate, Process Cooling, and Food Cold Chain technologies (‘HVACR’).
Eurovent’s Associate Members are organisations that are engaged in activities related to sectors covered by the association. Associate Members include, for example, associations of engineers and consultants, exhibition organisers, laboratories, and universities.