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Established in 2000 by major window film manufacturers, the European Window Film Association (EWFA) represents the interests of the window film industry in Europe, with the purposes of supporting our members' business efforts and voice their concerns, while bringing awareness around window film products in Europe. The EWFA is a Chapter of the International Window Film Association (IWFA).

Since its creation, EWFA has grown in size and scope, and currently counts with 21 distributors and manufacturers members from 15 different countries. We have created relationships with other like-minded organisations and are in close contact with main stakeholders and decision-makers in Europe, whether in Brussels or at national and local level. Our objectives are to continue to reach and influence a wider audience, increasing the awareness of what and how window film can improve the environment and how people work and live around windows.



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11 December 2018

Antitrust Guidelines for IWFA and EWFA Meetings

Antitrust Guidelines for IWFA and EWFA Meetings The following guidelines are intended to assist speakers and attendees at IWFA and EWFA meetings to avoid antitrust-sensitive topics. Absent prior legal guidance and clearance, there should be no presentation to, discussion concerning, or dissemination of documents to IWFA/EWFA members, whether relating to any particular company or to the window film industry in general, regarding the following subjects:

1. Future, current or recent (i.e., within the last 90 days) prices, price changes, price quotations, pricing policies or philosophies, price differentials, markups, discounts, allowances, etc. a. This applies to any significant element of price, such as freight, credit, warranties, terms and conditions of sale, and the like; b. This applies to any products over which the audience members may have pricing authority control;

2. Future, current or recent (i.e., within the last 90 days) output, capacity, inventory levels or costs (including production, down-time, inventory, distribution or wage, salary or benefits cost);

3. The customers to whom a specific company does or does not sell, the territories in which a specific company does or does not sell, or the product categories which a specific company does or does not sell;

4. Refusal to do business with particular customers, suppliers or competitors, or the suggestion that such a refusal (“boycott”) might be appropriate or desirable;

5. The amount that a specific company pays for goods and services;

6. Business or marketing plans concerning the future production, distribution or marketing of particular products; or any other statistics or data pertaining to a particular company’s business operations. Legal clearance may be given if the information involved (1) has already been made public in a document which is easily accessed by the public; (2) is historical (at least three months old); or (3) is highly aggregated and not company, geographic, or product specific.

For further legal guidance or clearance, please call Peter Boyle, +1 202-508- 5831, Darrell Smith, +1 276-632-1084, or Stéphanie Priou +34 638 35 46 50.


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