The Engineering Industries Association actively encourages the pursuit of excellence, providing a network of information and assistance with effective lobbying and representation - helping promote engineering industry in the UK, Europe and global markets.
The Engineering Industries Association is an organisation with over 80 years’ experience in promoting trade and representing the interests and aspirations of the UK engineering manufacturing sector. Now as part of the wider Manufacturing Technologies Association (MTA) family, our offering to members has been strengthened and as technology develops, working together, we will build a community of manufacturing and engineering excellence for our sector.
The EIA actively encourages the pursuit of excellence, stimulates healthy inter-trade between members and fosters a strong programme of local, regional, national and global networking opportunities.
Membership of the EIA offers companies considerable value for money and a quantifiable return on their membership investment - after all, we are not aware of any other UK trade association or business organisation that actually seeks out trade opportunities from home and abroad for their members. As we like to say "Putting Business your Way".
People and Regions.
Headed by Karen Finegold, the EIA is based at its London headquarters and through its Regional Committees, provides practical help, information and guidance. Whatever your needs, the EIA endeavours to become your first-choice partner. Contact us today.
Code of Conduct.
The EIA believes that this aim can be assisted by its members agreeing to a binding voluntary code that seeks to ensure fair play among all parties in a transaction. Many EIA members include a copy of this code of conduct with tender documents when quoting for new work - it can give you a marketing edge!Find out more
The Engineering Industries Association (EIA) is primarily an organisation devoted to enhancing Members' and the Industry's business. The Board of the EIA believe that this aim can be assisted by its Members agreeing to a binding Voluntary Code that seeks to ensure fair play among all parties in a transaction.
Even in well regulated business dealings differing interpretation of contractual arrangements will arise. The EIA believes that these differences can best be resolved by the parties negotiating in good faith.
Members contravening the Code may be expelled from the Association.
The status of the EIA is dependent upon Members upholding the reputation of the Association at all times.
The following are fundamental:
Members should support the activities of the Board and the Regional Committees.
The EIA depends upon the co-operation of its Members to: