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EIGA : European Industrial Gases Association - AISBL

The European Industrial Gases Association, EIGA, is a safety and technically oriented organisation representing the vast majority of European and a number of non-European companies producing and distributing industrial, medical and food gases.

EIGA is an International Non-Profit Organisation (AISBL).

The member companies closely co-operate in safety and technical matters concerning production, transport, storage and application to achieve the highest level of safety and environmental care in the handling of gases. EIGA also initiates the development of appropriate standards and provides standardisation bodies with technological expertise.
EIGA fully co-operates with all National Industrial Gas Associations and Regional Industrial Gas Associations around the world such as AIGA (Singapore), ANZIGA (Australia/New Zealand), CGA (USA), JIMGA (Japan), SACGA (South Africa), which are all associated members to EIGA.

EIGA Seminar 2019 - PDF Presentations (only available for delegates who registered to the EIGA Seminar 2019)

For the delegates who registered to the EIGA Seminar 2019, the Presentations of the EIGA Seminar 2019 on 'Medical Gases - a deep breath' are now available in PDF format on the following website: https://ws2019.eiga.eu/

To be able to view the Presentations on https://ws2019.eiga.eu/, please click on Login on this dedicated webpage and then insert the Login and Password mentioned on the first page of your Seminar book.

The EIGA Summer Session 2019 will be held in Malta from 29th May to 1st June 2019

Invitations will be launched by the end of February.

Please note this event is reserved to EIGA Member Companies only.

Preliminary information can be found in this flyer

EIGA’s Winter Seminar 2020 will be held in Brussels on 29th and 30th January 2020

Save the date!

The topic of the Seminar will be "Lessons learned in production and filling plants".

Preliminary information is available in this flyer.

The preliminary programme for the event will be available by mid July 2019.