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Working at European level


Working at European level


Robert Anslow, managing director of the Baby Products Association, was re-elected as president of the European Nursery Products Confederation (ENPC) for a further two-year period at the organisations recent AGM which took place in Italy in April.

The Baby Products Association is a founding member of the ENPC which now has seven country members including: Austria (ARGE), Assogiocattoli (Italy), Germany (BDKH), Belgium (Febab), France (FJP) and Netherlands (VBKV).

The full committee elected at the AGM includes: Roberto Marelli (vice president) and Paolo Taverna (treasurer) of Assogiocattoli; Peter Roehrig of ARGE; Robert Anslow (president) and Andrew Ratcliffe of the Baby Products Association; Stefan Aerts of Febab; Michel Moggio (secretary general) and Charles de Kervénoaël (vice president) of FJP; Alessandro Zanini of BDKH; and Albert Vallejo of VBKV.

The ENPC continues to focus on child safety aiming to build relationships with policy makers at a European level. The organisation already has a significant involvement with PROSAFE which offers members important networking platforms and in the future, hopes to recruit new trade associations from other European countries to give further strength to its working initiatives. For more information about the ENPC visit www.enpc.eu

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