Molecor belongs to various associations both national and international.
Associations to promote PVC and manufacturers associations
TEPPFA is The European Plastic Pipe and Fittings Association. Since 1991, when it was founded, it has been promoting the benefits of plastic piping systems through solid factual data and representing the interests of the European plastic piping and fittings industry at the level of EU policy makers.
TEPPFA members, such as Molecor, are committed to keeping plastic piping products and materials at their peak utility, thereby contributing to an economy that is regenerative by intent and design.
Founded in 1971 as a non-profit organization, Uni-Bell PVC Pipe Association is the authoritative source of information on PVC pipes in USA. Uni-Bell provides users with information on the design and application of gasketed-joint PVC pipes. They also produce technical publications and recommend standards recognized throughout the world.
Uni bell’s mission is to promote the use of longer-life, lower-maintenance and corrosion-proof PVC piping systems for water and wastewater, for real sustainability, strength and long-term asset management. Molecor has been a member of Uni Bell since 2011.
VinylPlus is the new ten-year Voluntary Commitment of the European PVC industry which builds upon the achievements of the Vinyl 2010 programme, taking the next important steps in tackling the sustainability challenges for PVC and also in establishing a long-term framework for the on-going sustainable development of the PVC value chain.
The regional scope of the programme is the EU-27 plus Norway and Switzerland.
It is the national association that brings together companies that work in the sector of the transformation of plastics. Entity founded in 1957, with more than 500 associated companies, being the meeting forum where the quality and competitiveness of the industry of the transformation sector is promoted and supported, defending and promoting the development of the plastics industry before national, European and internationa organizations, and promoting quality and innovation.
An integral part is the group AseTUB, which brings together the manufacturers of plastic pipe systems in Spain. It represents their specific interests and promotes the correct use of the various plastic systems in their different applications, participating in regulatory and legislative development, promoting and disseminating knowledge about plastic pipe systems and forming installers.
Amec is a private business association with over 35 years of experience in the promotion of exports and the internationalization of companies and their various sectors. Its main task is to increase the competitiveness of its 400-plus associate companies.
Amec is a private business association with over 35 years of experience in the promotion of exports and the internationalization of companies and their various sectors. Its main task is to increase the competitiveness of its 400-plus associate companies. Amec enjoys the recognition of official organisations, bodies and institutions in Spain and abroad. Amec brings together 11 sectors with international and innovative attitude. Due to its double activity as a manufacturer of machinery and pipes, Molecor is included in: AMECMA - Equipment and services for the enviromment and IMAPC-Machinery for plastic and rubber.
It is the association of Plastic Transformer companies in the regions of Madrid, Castilla-La Mancha y Castilla-León (Spain).
TRAMAPLAST aims to be the organism that represents the sector interests among private and public institutions, and supports and helps the companies with their Management.
PVC4Pipes is the European Council of Vinyl Manufacturers' value chain platform to communicate about the use of PVC in piping systems in the world market. Its mission is to promote the acceptance and use of PVC in piping systems through scientific and technical projects, appropriate standardization and communication activities.
Aeas, the Spanish Association of Water Supply and Sewage, is a profesional non profit organisation to promote and develop scientific, technical, administration and legal matters about municipality services of water supply and sewage. It was founded in 1971, when the Spanish Comitee Members of the International Water Supply Association (IWSA) decided to set up a national association that, based on the international association principles, would be in charge of municipal water issues.
Currently it represents 330 associates, Molecor being one of them, and the operating companies provide service to more than 35 million inhabitants in more than 1.700 spanish municipalities.