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EDA (Electrical Distributors’ Association)

Rotherwick House, 3 Thomas More Street

St Katharine’s and Wapping, E1W 1YZ London

U.K.

Tel: 020 3141 7350
Fax: 020 7602 0613

Contact: Margaret Fitzsimons, EDA CEO

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Elektroforeningen EFO was established in 1918, and represents both wholesalers, manufacturers and importers.

We have 146 members with a total revenue of more than 50 billion NOK and over 13.000 employees.

EFO are able to proactive create opportunities and reduce the threats for the members. We also increase and strengthens the business playfield significantly.

Our 4 focus areas are:

  • Norway as the first fully electrified country

  • Digitalization of the building and construction sector

  • Accelerate transition from linear to circular economy

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EFO (Elektroforeningen)

​Postboks 5468 Majorstuen

0305 Oslo

Norway

Tel: 0047 22 62 63 50
Fax: 0047 22 62 63 51

Contact: Frank Jaegtnes, Director

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Elektroforeningen EFO was established in 1918, and represents both wholesalers, manufacturers and importers.

We have 146 members with a total revenue of more than 50 billion NOK and over 13.000 employees.

EFO are able to proactive create opportunities and reduce the threats for the members. We also increase and strengthens the business playfield significantly.

Our 4 focus areas are:

  • Norway as the first fully electrified country

  • Digitalization of the building and construction sector

  • Accelerate transition from linear to circular economy

Business intelligence and analyses for the industry





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FDME

17 rue de l’Amiral Hamelin

75116 Paris

France

Tel: 0033 1 7238 9255

Contact: Roland Mongin, Managing Director

Website: www.fdme.net

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FEDIBEL, the FEderation of DIstribution in Belgium of ELectrical Materials is the essential link between the manufacturers and the professional customers i.e. mainly installers for the industrial, tertiair and residential sector.

FEDIBEL formerly named ICGME was founded in 1925, has 22 members and represents 85% of the total turnover of the electrical wholesalers in Belgium (estimated 1,2 billion €).

Three hundred thousand active products out of an available total of 1,8 million references are distributed through 160 point of sales (branches)

The products are divided into categories such as cables, electrical installation materials, lighting, domotics, household appliances, data & communication systems, HVAC systems, applications for renewable energy, ecological products, industrial products, safety equipment and tooling.

FEDIBEL employs more than 2000 employees and is part of the F.E.E. – the Federation of Electricity and Electronics in Belgium.





FME

Via Vivaio 11
I-20122 Milano
Italy

Tel: 0039 2 76280629
Fax: 0039 2 760 03 414

Contact: Consuelo D’Alò, General Secretary

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VEG, the German Association of Electrical Wholesalers, was founded by 14 electrical wholesalers in Frankfurt 1910. The main objective of the association is to protect and promote the interests of affiliated companies to suppliers, industrial associations, and on a political level.


Today, the head office based in Bonn represents 76 companies with 878 business locations all over Germany and affiliated members in Austria. Approximately 20 000 employees generate an annual turnover of 9 billion euros. Each of the companies is also a member of one or more of the eight regional VEG associations.


The VEG is a member of the Federal Association of Wholesale, Foreign Trade, Services BGA in Berlin.





Fedibel

Excelsiorlaan 91
B-1930 Zaventem
Belgium

Tel: 0032 2 720 40 80
Fax: 0032 2 720 20 60

Contact: Eric Piers, Director

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FEDIBEL, the FEderation of DIstribution in Belgium of ELectrical Materials is the essential link between the manufacturers and the professional customers i.e. mainly installers for the industrial, tertiair and residential sector.

FEDIBEL formerly named ICGME was founded in 1925, has 22 members and represents 85% of the total turnover of the electrical wholesalers in Belgium (estimated 1,2 billion €).

Three hundred thousand active products out of an available total of 1,8 million references are distributed through 160 point of sales (branches)

The products are divided into categories such as cables, electrical installation materials, lighting, domotics, household appliances, data & communication systems, HVAC systems, applications for renewable energy, ecological products, industrial products, safety equipment and tooling.

FEDIBEL employs more than 2000 employees and is part of the F.E.E. – the Federation of Electricity and Electronics in Belgium.





NETA

Vilkpėdės g. 4

LT-03151 Vilnius

Lithuania

Tel: 00370 685 23444

Contact: Gediminas Abartis, Director

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FEDIBEL, the FEderation of DIstribution in Belgium of ELectrical Materials is the essential link between the manufacturers and the professional customers i.e. mainly installers for the industrial, tertiair and residential sector.

FEDIBEL formerly named ICGME was founded in 1925, has 22 members and represents 85% of the total turnover of the electrical wholesalers in Belgium (estimated 1,2 billion €).

Three hundred thousand active products out of an available total of 1,8 million references are distributed through 160 point of sales (branches)

The products are divided into categories such as cables, electrical installation materials, lighting, domotics, household appliances, data & communication systems, HVAC systems, applications for renewable energy, ecological products, industrial products, safety equipment and tooling.

FEDIBEL employs more than 2000 employees and is part of the F.E.E. – the Federation of Electricity and Electronics in Belgium.





SHE ZPDE

Pl. Defilad 1, pok. 2322

P.O. Box 55

00-901 Warszawa

Tel: 0048 662157139
Fax: 0048 322630090

Contact: Tomasz Boruc, Director

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Finnish Electrotechnical Trade Association (STK) is the association of electrical wholesalers, manufacturers and importers.

STK promotes competitiveness of its members and the total supply chain by providing product data services, statistics and communication services and by contributing actively to the development of the electrical branch in Finland.

The association has circa 80 members of which 12 are wholesaling companies and the rest are manufacturers or importers. The association represents all major players of electro-technical trade in Finland.





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STK

Takomotie 8

00380 Helsinki

Finland

Tel: +358 44 3010640

Contact: Sallamaari Muhonen, Managing Director

Website: www.stkliitto.fi

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Finnish Electrotechnical Trade Association (STK) is the association of electrical wholesalers, manufacturers and importers.

STK promotes competitiveness of its members and the total supply chain by providing product data services, statistics and communication services and by contributing actively to the development of the electrical branch in Finland.

The association has circa 80 members of which 12 are wholesaling companies and the rest are manufacturers or importers. The association represents all major players of electro-technical trade in Finland.





VEG

Viktoriastraße 27
D-53173 Bonn
Germany

Tel: 0049 228 22 777 0
Fax: 0049 228 22 777 22

Contact: Hans Henning, Director

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VEG, the German Association of Electrical Wholesalers, was founded by 14 electrical wholesalers in Frankfurt 1910. The main objective of the association is to protect and promote the interests of affiliated companies to suppliers, industrial associations, and on a political level.


Today, the head office based in Bonn represents 76 companies with 878 business locations all over Germany and affiliated members in Austria. Approximately 20 000 employees generate an annual turnover of 9 billion euros. Each of the companies is also a member of one or more of the eight regional VEG associations.


The VEG is a member of the Federal Association of Wholesale, Foreign Trade, Services BGA in Berlin.





VES

Postfach 674
CH-4153 Reinach BL 2
Switzerland

Tel: 0041 61 71 30815
Fax: 004161 71 30816

Contact: Jörg Reimer, Managing President

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FEDIBEL, the FEderation of DIstribution in Belgium of ELectrical Materials is the essential link between the manufacturers and the professional customers i.e. mainly installers for the industrial, tertiair and residential sector.

FEDIBEL formerly named ICGME was founded in 1925, has 22 members and represents 85% of the total turnover of the electrical wholesalers in Belgium (estimated 1,2 billion €).

Three hundred thousand active products out of an available total of 1,8 million references are distributed through 160 point of sales (branches)

The products are divided into categories such as cables, electrical installation materials, lighting, domotics, household appliances, data & communication systems, HVAC systems, applications for renewable energy, ecological products, industrial products, safety equipment and tooling.

FEDIBEL employs more than 2000 employees and is part of the F.E.E. – the Federation of Electricity and Electronics in Belgium.





ADIME

C/ PEDRO I PONS, 9 - 11, 2a Planta
8034 Barcelona
Spain

Tel: 0034 93 209 33 24
Fax: 0034 93 209 49 78

Contact: Eduard Sarto, General Secretary

AGEFE

Campo Grande, 28 - 10º C
1700-093 Lisboa
Portugal

Tel: 00351 213 15 66 08
Fax: 00351 213 14 63 67

Contact: Daniel Ribeiro

Fedet

Postbus 190
2700 AD Zoetermeer
Netherlands

 

Tel: 0031 88 4008416
Fax: 0031 79 3531365

 

Contact: Marcel den Haan, Branche Manager Fedet

SEG

Box 22307
S-104 22 Stockholm
Sweden

Tel: 0046 8 663 01 30
Fax: 0046 8 662 06 38

Contact: Sverker Skoglund, Director

VELTEK

Smedeholm 13A 1.tv
2730 Herlev
Denmark

Tel: 0045 33 32 14 00
Fax: 0045 21 40 27 33

Contact: Per Rømer Kofod, CEO, B.Sc. Electrical Engineer, EBA

VVE

Árpád út 67. I/6
1042 Budapest
Hungary

Tel: 0036 1 460 6140
Fax: 0036 1 460 6115

Contact: Zsuzsanna Nedeczky, Director

WKO Austria

Wiedner Hauptstraße 63

1045 Wien

Austria

Tel: 0043 5 90 900 3353

Contact: Bianca Dvorak

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