Brussels – ISOPA and Alipa are moving offices to be closer to the centre of the EU district in the Belgian capital city.
From 1 December 2018, the groups will be located in offices at 65, Rue Belliard.
This is: under 1 km from the European Commission in the Berlaymont building; 300m from the CEN standards body, and; 400m from the European parliament. Isopa’s current home with CEFIC, the European Chemical Industry Council, is about 5km away from the new address.
ISOPA said: ‘This move will reinforce the synergies across our value chain. We will will share offices with our closer downstream trade body, PU-Europe, and will be closer to our members and key partners like Cefic, Plastics Europe, Europur and Euromoulders.’
This change will also bring closer cooperation with policy-makers, said the organisation. We have been working with the EU on issues such as energy efficiency and chemical management’.
ISOPA is the European diisocyanate & polyol producers association. Alipa is the Aliphatic diisocyanate producers association