Aneproma

The National Association of companies of timber protection (ANEPROMA) is an Association of national, and non-profit, whose purpose is to unite the professionals involved in the protection of the wood and its derivatives, to defend the interests of the use of wood in all industrial sectors of the national and international territory.

 

This association emerges as interprofessional link that brings together different companies, processing or directly involved in the conservation and wood protection and its derivatives, in order to establish a quality control optimum and markedly differential between each of the finished products on the market.

 

In short, What are our key values within the Association?:

 

Mission

From ANEPROMA, We are looking for the Unit the entity that we represent and our partners, key pieces within the functioning of the Association, without them, ANEPROMA, It would not be what it is today, a reference to national and international level in the field of the treatment and protection of wood.

 

Be 100% efficient and effective, looking for the optimization of technical and human, both processes and products, either by our internal action such as multidisciplinary team, or by collaboration and activity carried out jointly with our partners.

 

Keep the leadership e increase the share of associates gradually, getting more niche market that allows us to fight and cooperate nationally against unfair competition, sectoral disparities, and in favour of the interests of the companies of treatment of the wood and its derivatives.

 

And finally, the digital-specialization and internationalization, be a reference in the social networks and beyond our borders, meeting point for professionals that relate to sharing ideas without physical visualization, experiences and redefining a career.

 

Vision

Be a driver of directional change for the Association and its partners, that allows us a global positioning and that the the wood treatment sector, is only and markedly expansionist, overcoming the statistics of Trust result of the daily work for a material that is as unique as it is the wood.