Keimfarben GmbH has now officially been welcomed as new extraordinary member of the European Association for ETICS, the EAE.
EAE Managing Director Ralf Pasker presented the certificate of membership to Rüdiger Lugert, Managing Director of Keimfarben GmbH, at the company's headquarters in Diedorf near Augsburg/Germany. This increased the number of extraordinary EAE members to 17, accompanying the 12 ordinary members representing the national associations for External Thermal Insulation Composite Systems (ETICS) of Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, the United Kingdom, the Slovak Republic, and Romania.
Rüdiger Lugert explained the motivation of his company to join EAE as follows: "KEIM products stand for sustainability and are environmentally friendly. In accordance with our corporate principles, we are committed to fighting for our future and against climate change. ETIC systems are an essential measure to limit CO2 emissions. As an international player, it is our responsibility to lead by example. That's why we support EAE."
"Extraordinary members benefit above all from the increased involvement in processes that are taking place at European level and are important for our industry," adds EAE Managing Director Ralf Pasker. "Through the possibility of sending company members to the committees, the extraordinary members can actively participate in many decisions and claim their interests in Brussels through the EAE."
Rüdiger Lugert, Managing Director of Keimfarben GmbH (left), received the certificate of extraordinary EAE membership by EAE Managing Director Ralf Pasker.