International Vending Industry Organizations
|International||Vending||EU||European Vending & Coffee Service Association||https://www.vending-europe.eu/||The EVA is a not-for-profit trade association established in 1994, representing the interests of the whole European coffee service and vending industry vis-à-vis the European Union Institutions and other relevant authorities or bodies. The EVA is an international association governed by Belgian law and its membership comprises of both National Associations and companies.|
|International||Vending||UK||Automatic Vending Association||http://the-ava.com/||The Automatic Vending Association (AVA) is the trade body of the vending industry in the UK.|
|International||Coffee Service||EU||European Vending & Coffee Service Association||https://www.vending-europe.eu/||The EVA is a not-for-profit trade association established in 1994, representing the interests of the whole European coffee service and vending industry vis-à-vis the European Union Institutions and other relevant authorities or bodies. The EVA is an international association governed by Belgian law and its membership comprises of both National Associations and companies.|
|International||Amusement Parks||US||International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions||https://www.iaapa.org/|
IAAPA is the premier trade association representing the diverse and ever-changing attractions industry. For over a century we have connected companies of all sizes, and people of all levels, to provide meaningful experiences for their guests around the world.
IAAPA hosts global events and conferences that spread successful ideas and practices. We also provide valuable tools and resources that make all of our businesses smarter, safer, and more profitable while delivering guest experiences that surprise and delight.
With over 6,000 member companies from over 100 countries, IAAPA is the sum of its unique perspectives. And when we inspire each other, we move the attractions industry forward.
|International||Vending||CANADA||Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association||https://vending-cama.com/||Founded in 1953 the Canadian Automatic Merchandising Association, fondly known as CAMA, is an industry association with a rich history of supporting its members. It began as the only Canadian association representing the interests of Vending Operators, Machine Manufacturers, and Product & Service Suppliers in Canada. In 2007 it blended with the Ontario Coffee and Vending Services Association (OCVSA). Today, CAMA services are designed to represent, support and enhance the Vending, Office Coffee and Micro Market industries.|
|International||Amusement||US||NAVSA - Chambre syndicale de la Distribution Automatiquefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|InterNational||Vending||SP||ANEDA - Asociación Nacional Española de Distribuidores Automáticos||www.Wowaneda.org|
|InterNational||Vending||DE||Verband der Deutschen Automatenindustrie e. V.||www.vdai.de|
|InterNational||Vending||IT||Groupe Univend Group, Inc.||www.univendgroup.com|
|InterNational||Vending||RU||RNVA - Russian National Vending Association (HAAT)||www.rnva.ru|
|InterNational||Vending||PO||PSV - Polskiego Stowarzyszenia Vendingu (Polish Vending Association)||www.psv.org.pl|
|InterNational||Coin-Op||JA||Japan Vending Machine Manufacturers Association||www.jvma.or.jp|
|InterNational||Vending||US||Independent Vending Machine Operators Assoc. of Australia||www.ivmoa.asn.au||The Independent Vending Machine Operators Association (IVMOA) was started in 1992 when a group of Independent Vending Operators decided that they could achieve their vision of providing customers with a greater product variety and more efficient service, if they worked together as a group rather than as individual companies.|
|InterNational||Vending||US||International Dairy Foods Association||www.idfa.org|
|InterNational||Vending||IT||CONFIDA - Associazone Italiana Distribuzione Automatica||www.confida.com|
|InterNational||Vending||CA||Coffee Association of Canada||www.coffeeassoc.com|
The Coffee Association of Canada is a registered not-for-profit trade organization. The CAC and its members are champions for the advancement and enjoyment of coffee in Canada – the most consumed beverage in the country. Our members include coffee roasters, retailers, importers and suppliers, as well as related associations and even just individuals who love coffee.
For more than 20 years the CAC has advocated on behalf of our membership on government policy and regulations. We work with all levels of government and in partnership with other related industry associations to influence outcomes, ensure our objectives are met and that our interests are both promoted and protected.
The CAC is also a trusted source of research and knowledge, educating and engaging members, consumers, government and the media about coffee news, health benefits and industry trends in Canada and beyond.
|InterNational||Amusement||US||International Bottled Water Association||www.bottledwater.org||
The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) is the authoritative source of information about all types of bottled waters.
Founded in 1958, IBWA's member companies include U.S. and international bottlers, distributors, and suppliers. IBWA unifies the bottled water industry and represents uncompromising commitment to the safety and availability of bottled water worldwide. While IBWA represents companies of all sizes, the vast majority of our 640 members are small, locally owned companies, with 60% reporting $2 million in annual gross sales and 90% reporting less than $10 million in annual gross sales.
|InterNational||Amusement||DE||BDV - Bundesverband der Deutschen Vending-Automatenwirtschaft e.V.||www.bdv-vending.de|
|InterNational||Bulk Vending||US||Australian Vending Association||http://www.ava.asn.au|