ORGALIME

ORGALIME
June 2014
40 Member associations, 23 countries
130,000 companies, €1,800 billion of annual output, 10.3 million people employed
National Associations
Austria
FEEI
FMMI
Belgium
AGORIA
Bulgaria
BASSEL
Croatia
Croatian Chamber of
Economy
HUP
Great Britain
BEAMA
EAMA
GAMBICA
Hungary
MAGEOSZ
Slovenia
GZS-MPIA
Spain
CONFEMETAL
SERCOBE
Switzerland
SWISSMEM
Ireland
IEEF
Sweden
TEKNIKFÖRETAGEN
Italy
ANIE
ANIMA
Sector Associations
AFECOR
Latvia
MASOC
Denmark
DI
Lithuania
LINPRA
Finland
Luxembourg
ILTM
CEIR
EFCEM
EGMF
EUROPUMP
PNEUROP
Federation of Finnish
Technology Industries
France
FIEEC
FIM
Germany
VDMA
WSM
ZVEI
The Netherlands
FME-CWM
METAALUNIE
Norway
Norsk Industri
Poland
PIGE
Portugal
AIMMAP
ANEME
European Manufacturing Production
Orgalime 28%
Food and beverages
Automotive
Coke and refined petroleum
Mechanical engineering
Electrical and electronic
Fabricated metal products
Repair and installation services
Basic metals
5%
Chemicals
Rubber and plastic products
2%
Pharmaceutical products
Non-metallic mineral products
7%
Paper and paper products
Other transport equipment
Textiles and clothing
Wood and cork products
8%
Other manufacturing
9%
Furniture
Printing
Leather and related products
Tobacco products
Production value in 2011
Source: Eurostat
Snapshot of Orgalime …
 Aim: be the N°1 voice of the engineering industry on selected
issues affecting multiple sectors of our industry
 Early warning and monitoring
 Coordinate and lobby industry positions
 Service European Sector Associations: 22 (+ EFFRA)
 Orgalime in numbers:
 50 issues with focus on industrial policy, technical, energy and
environment legislation, trade, R&D, legal issues, publications
 45 positions per year
 22 European associations serviced (10 incorporated by us)
 >3 million € budget (50% membership and 50% earned income)
 27 staff
Orgalime issues today
Competitiveness
Industrial policy horizontal
Energy + Environment
Policy issues
Technical Policy issues
Energy policy
New Legislative Framework
‘Manufacturing a stronger
Resource efficiency
Low Voltage Directive
and
Energy efficiency
Machinery Directive
(2012)
Infrastructures
Gas Appliances Dir. /Reg.
‘The manufacturing heart
Eco design
Construction Products Reg
of Europe in the global
WEEE/ROHS/Waste
EMC Directive
economy’ (2014)
REACH
Pressure Equipment Dir.
IED
ATEX Directive…
greener
Europe
Image of the industry
Market and trade issues
Putting a face to engineering
[email protected]
Positioning our industry as:
- Future of manufacturing in EU
- With a positive vision for EU
- We make the world better
Legal issues
Market Surveillance
European Contract Law
Standardisation Policy
IPR
Market access
Competition Legislation
Trade agreements: TTIP,
Product Liability
Japan, India, ASEAN…
Standard contracts
N°1 challenge
Getting industry back into fashion…
 From sectoral policy to horizontal
policy
 Launch of joint Orgalime CEEMET
Manifesto and presentation to
Commission President Barroso in 2012
 European Council adopts conclusions
focused on manufacturing industry and
climate and energy policy
 Now discussions with Competitiveness
Council (May 2014)
 Next: joint work programme with new
Commission on our “vision document”
N°2 Challenge - Constraining regulators
BREFs
Best practices
Noise
Optical
Radiations
IED
Physical Agents
VOCs
Vibes
Environment &
Occupational Health
REACH
EMF
Packaging
Clean Technology
Substances
Manufacturing
ECO Label
EMAS
Business process
assembly, marketing
distribution, sale
RoHS revision
EMF
RoHS
EuP
Design
Air
Use
Environment &
Public Health
Noise
Environment
Liability
Water
Extraction of
natural resources
Waste shipment
Recycling & Disposal
Waste
framework
Hazardous
waste
WEEE
WEEE revision
Outdoor Noise
Fulfilling our mission
Working with the EU and governments
European Institutions
European Parliament
Orgalime
European Commission
European Sector
Associations
Council
National Trade
Federations
Orgalime Company Members
Industry representation structures
European Parliament
European Commission
Council
European
Alliance
CEEMET
Orgalime
European
Sector
Committees
Business
Europe
Member state
governments
National
Confederation
National
European
Institutions
National
Employers’
Federations
National
Association
Regional
Local
Regional
governments
City council
Employers
Trade
The importance of networks
Ad hoc alliances
Industry networks e.g.
CEEMET
European networks
Business Europe
National networks
...
Other players
Alliance
Who does what?
Example: market surveillance
European Commission
European Sector
Associations
National Level
European Parliament/
European Council
Regulation
 Directive N°….
 Regulation N° ….
 Decision N°….
Driving political
message
 Orgalime task force
with national and
European members
 Positions
Follow up
National Level
 Sectoral initiatives
 MSSI
 Market surveillance system
 CECED
(member state)
 LightingEurope  Specific actions: national
 Machinery
association
sectors
Energy
Issues
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Energy Roadmap 2050
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2030 Energy and climate framework
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Internal market
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Smart grids issues:
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Infrastructure Package
Grid codes
Demand response
EU Smart Grids Task Force
 E-mobility issues
 Energy efficiency Directive (EED)
 Implementation EPBD – Energy
Performance of Buildings Directive
 Review Energy Labelling Directive
Position Papers
2030 energy and climate framework
Draft Directive on the Deployment of
Alternative Fuels Infrastructure
Energy Efficiency Directive (EED): Main
principles for implementation
Implementation Energy Efficiency
Directive (EED): Comments on
Draft Commission
Guidelines - Positions on:
 2050 Energy
Roadmap
 DCC (grid codes)
 TEN E (R&D)…
Legal work: specialty publications
Example of general conditions
Orgalime publications
Example of guide
First guide for clients of chemical industry
Available free of charge at
publications.orgalime.org
Structure:
Introduction (definitions, acronyms etc.)
Overview important dates and deadlines
Orgalime quick screens
More detailed guidelines on selected issues
One page summary on timelines and obligations
Regularly updated
Orgalime Structure (June 2014)
PRESIDENTS’ BOARD
ENERGY
WG
ENERGY
EFFICIENCY
TF
LEGAL
AFFAIRS
WG
RESOURCE
EFFICIENCY
WG
GENERAL ASSEMBLY
(DIRECTORS)
ECO
network
SUBSTANCES
TF
INFRASTRUCTURE
TF
EPPE
TF
R&D WG
WEEE TF
TRADE
Policy
Network
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
ECONOMISTS
WG
ANTI
COUNTERFEITING
TF
CEEI
MELC
(Mechanical
Engineering
Review Sherpas)
ELECTRA Sherpas
IED TF
Underlining shows participants in group:
e.g. BOARD :
full members only
e.g. ECO WG:
all members
e.g. EPPE TF:
members + European Sector
Associations (+ companies)
( …..)
in stand-by
(STEEL USERS)
OTC
Tree:
Decision tree for adoption of positions
Link
MALC
NAMS TF
GAD TF
CPR TF
Standardisation
Policy TF
MD TF
PED TF
ATEX TF
(EMF TF)
Noise TF
03-06-2014
RED TF
Orgalime Secretariat today
PRESIDENT
Sandro Bonomi
CHAIRMAN
Eric Jourde
DIRECTOR GENERAL
Adrian Harris
Inge Dewit Vanhaelen
ENVIRONMENT
& ENERGY
BRANCHES
LEGAL/R&D
TRADE
ECONOMISTS
INDUSTRIAL
POLICY
Sigrid Linher
Maria Chiara
Detragiache
Ulrich Fikar
Lars Koch
Deborah Girasa
Philippe Portalier
(Electrical)
Eleonora Piccinni
(Mechan. & Metal)
Efthymia Ntivi
Christine Kiernan
Željko Pazin
Rozenn Maréchal
Concha Picón
Efthymia Ntivi
Christoph Riedmann
Jackie André
Y
ADMINISTRATION COMMUNICATIONS
Inge Dewit Vanhaelen
Jackie André
Mark Redgrove
Magdalena
Wawrzonkowska
Muñoz
Jackie André
A team of 27 staff to represent our industry in Brussels
PARTNERSHIP
Guy Van Doorslaer
Olivier Janin
Pierre Lucas
Stéphanie Uny
Thijs De Wolff
Nicolle Raven
Ioana Smarandache
Janet Almond
Alina Burlacu
European Sector Associations serviced
Full Secretariat General
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AREA (Refrigeration contractors)
CEIR (Valves)
associate member
EFSAC (Fire and Security Advisory Council)
EGMF (Garden machinery)
associate member
European Irrigation Association – EIA (Irrigation)
EUROPERF (Perforators)
EUROPUMP (Pumps)
associate member
FEM (Material handling industries)
PNEUROP (Compressors) associate member
GCI – UICP (Mechanical installers)
European Sector Associations serviced
Monitoring / lobbying / other
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CECAPI (Low voltage equipment)
CEO (Hand tools)
EFCEM (Catering equipment)
EIFI (Fasteners)
EPTA (Power tools)
ESMIG (Smart metering)
ESTAL (Surface treatment on aluminium)
EUMABOIS (Woodworking machinery)
EURALARM (Installers of fire & security systems)
EUROPACABLE (Insulated wires and cables)
EUROVENT (Ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration)
T&D Europe (Transmission & distribution)
Conclusions
 Continuous regulatory change
 Making our voice heard in Brussels
 16.500 lobbyists - 20.000 officials
 Making our voice heard nationally
 Success is dependent on being strong in Brussels and nationally
 (Risk of) fragmentation of our national networks
 (Sometimes) weak representation structures in newer member
states at a time when after enlargement they play an ever
stronger role
 And of course competition…