EEMUA - The Engineering Equipment & Materials Users Association - is a non-profit membership organisation that exists to serve its member companies. These are often household names and major players in their fields, who share the common characteristic of being owners and operators of industrial facilities. EEMUA members are the users of engineering equipment and materials. They manage industrial process plants, power stations, offshore platforms, storage terminals and other industrial facilities right across the world. Together the assets that they own and operate have a value that runs into billions of Euros.

For more than half a century EEMUA has been helping these companies collaborate in non-competitive ways and representing their interests to others in the sphere of industrial asset management. We interact with a broad range of organisations including regulators, standards bodies, government departments and agencies, equipment manufacturers and suppliers, and contractors and consultants. As the world of industrial asset management becomes ever more complicated and interconnected, and regulation ever more present, the work of the association has never been more relevant.

Through its broad range of activities and its members’ breadth and depth of engineering expertise, EEMUA helps improve the safety, environmental and operating performance of industrial facilities in the most cost-effective way. It does this by its continual demonstration and pursuit of leadership in asset management. EEMUA focuses its efforts on the most critical issues for owners and operators of industrial assets, helping them maintain the right balance of in-house engineering expertise, stay abreast of a broad and an increasingly complex regulatory landscape and operate their capital assets efficiently, effectively and in compliance with relevant legislation, regulation and standards. Hear more about EEMUA in the video below.

All EEMUA’s members gain from the advantages membership offers: the value of the shared user community that EEMUA facilitates and the benefits that non-competitive collaboration brings. These benefits range from enhanced asset management, though applying good and best practice, optimal design, operation and maintenance of plant, access to a large number of relevant publications, events, and training and competency programmes; to a common voice on regulation and standards development; and professional development and industry awareness.

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