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Membership

As a Chapter of the IWFA (International Window Film Association), the EWFA proposes similar membership categories as its mother entity. As of January 2020, EWFA counts with three membership categories: Manufacturers, Distributors and Associate members.

Kindly contact EWFA to get more information on memberships at EWFA: info[a] ewfa.org.

A Manufacturer membership at EWFA is open to companies that are engaged in the manufacturing of window films, and which comply with the following criteria:

- ISO 9001 or ISO 9002 certification;
- Chemical engineer on site;
- In-house coating and laminating equipment.

Annual Membership Fee:

€15,000 + blind fund, payable in half year increments due on 1 January and 1 July of each year.

A Distributor membership at EWFA is open to companies that are engaged in the distribution of window film to dealers, in at least one country covered by EWFA.

Annual Membership Fee:

- If your company is not acknowledged by one of the Manufacturer members of the EWFA as an official authorized distribution location for that manufacturer’s products, the annual membership fee is $ 2,200 USD for the year. Half of the amount ($ 1,100 USD) will be invoiced as payable by 1 January and the other half payable by 1 July of each year.

- If your company is acknowledged by one of the Manufacturer members of the EWFA as an official authorized distribution location for that manufacturer’s products, then there is an annual credit of $500 USD per year, making the total annual dues only $ 1,700 USD, with half amounts then invoiced for $ 850 USD).

Check our Manufacturer members on our Members page.

Associate Members

To be eligible for Associate Membership, a person, firm or corporation must be engaged in trade publication or trade association activities deemed by the EWFA Management Council and IWFA Board of Directors to be related to and compatible with the objectives and purposes of the EWFA.

Annual Membership Fee: Free.

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