History of Asian Corrugated Case Association (ACCA)
The idea of forming a cross-countries/regions Association for corrugated papers/cases industries was advocated by Mr. Philip Wong, President of CBMA/Singapore in 1993. With his enthusiasm and great effort, he had successfully invited Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Taiwan, Philippines, Hong Kong and Singapore as the Founder members, together with 3 supplier companies as the Associate members for forming up the ACCA. After a series of meetings for all organizing matters, the ACCA was established in 1997 and registered in Singapore.
The Main Objectives of ACCA are:
a) To promote international exchange of experience and knowledge in corrugating technology.
b) To promote international co-operation in the education and training of corrugated specialist.
c) To promote international standardization of corrugating and marketing.
d) To maintain close contact with other international corrugated case organizations.
Membership Qualification and Rights
Membership shall consist of:
a) Ordinary Membership is limited to one corrugating organization from each of the Asian countries. Each Ordinary Member shall have one representative. Ordinary Members shall have the right to vote and hold office.
b) Affiliate Membership is open to all other Asian organizations in the corrugating or related business. Affiliate Members shall not have the right to vote or hold office. They may serve as directors of the Society if so appointed by the Committee.
c) Associate Membership is open to non-Asian organizations in the corrugating or related business. Associate Members shall not have the right to vote or hold office. They may serve as directors of the Society if so appointed by the Committee.
d) Honorary Membership may be conferred on individuals who have given distinguished service to the Society. Honorary Members shall not have the right to vote or hold office.
Application for Membership
a) A person wishing to join the Society should submit his particulars to the Secretary on prescribed form.
b) The Committee will decide on the application for membership.
c) A copy of the Constitution shall be furnished to every approved member upon payment of the entrance fee.
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Download the ACCA membership application form: ACCA Membership Application Form