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*Updated 18 Nov, 2016*
The International Wrought Copper Council (IWCC), which was founded in 1953, is the industry association for the copper and copper alloy fabricating industry. Currently, the IWCC has Members throughout Europe and in Japan, Australia, China, India, Malaysia, South Africa, Korea, Taiwan, Thailand and the USA. Details of all Members can be found using the Members List tab.
The IWCC is governed by its members in the General Assembly, which is held annually. During the year its affairs are run by the Executive Board and by specialist Committees. The role of the IWCC is to facilitate communication within the industry and to represent the fabricating industry's interests. The IWCC therefore works closely with other organisations connected to the copper industry.
The copper and copper alloy fabricating industry produces wire, tube, sheet, strip and rods in copper, brass, bronze and other alloys which are used in thousands of applications, including construction, power transmission, communications, transport and industry.
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