FTP shareholders

Joint efforts to reinvent the European forest-based sector

Four major representative associations and confederations of the European forest-based sector are the founders and owners of FTP. They ensure that the research, technology, development and innovation (RTD&I) needs of each value chain within the sector are included in the FTP strategy. 


CEI-Bois
European Confederation of Woodworking Industries

The European Confederation of Woodworking Industries (CEI-Bois) represents 25 European and national federations from 16 countries and is the organization backing the interests of the whole industrial European wood sector: more than 184,000 companies generating an annual turnover of € 130 billion and employing 1.1 million workers in the EU.

Rue Montoyer 24
1000 Brussels
Belgium

www.cei-bois.org


CEPF
Confederation of European Forest Owners 

The Confederation of European Forest Owners (CEPF) is the umbrella association of national forest owner organizations in Europe. It is the representative of family forestry, by promoting the values of sustainable forest management, private property ownership and the economic viability of forest holdings. CEPF has 23 member organizations in 19 different countries and the confederation represents the interests of 16 million forest owners who own and manage 60% of the EU’s forests.

The European Forestry House
Rue du Luxembourg 66
1000 Brussels
Belgium

www.cepf-eu.org


CEPI
Confederation of European Paper Industries

The Confederation of European Paper Industries (CEPI) represents the European pulp and paper industry. Through its 18 member countries (17 EU members plus Norway) CEPI represents some 515 pulp, paper and board-producing companies, ranging from small and medium-sized companies to multinationals, as well as 950 paper mills. Together they represent 23% of world production.

Avenue Louise 250
1050 Brussels
Belgium

www.cepi.org


EUSTAFOR
European State Forest Association

The European State Forest Association (EUSTAFOR) represents state forest companies, enterprises and agencies that have sustainable forest management and sustainable wood production as major concerns. The Association currently has 36 members in 25 European countries that manage approximately 42 million ha of forest area in the EU and Member States’ overseas departments.

The European Forestry House
Rue du Luxembourg 66
1000 Brussels
Belgium

www.eustafor.eu