The CCA recognizes 4 types of membership:
- Full Membership
- Associate Membership
- Honorary Membership
- Studious Partner Membership
Full membership is granted to companies, who are actively and directly taking a part in the transportation via air, road, rail or sea of Perishables and Temperature Sensitive Products (PTSP). Each application must have an appointed representative who carries the company’s vote within the association. Only 1 representative is allowed per company. The company may change its representative at any given time, by informing the Board in writing.
If you want to register as a Full Member, click here.
Associate membership is granted to persons or companies, from any nationality, who are not actively nor directly taking a part in the PTSP transportation industry, but are taking an interest in this industry and wished to explore its possibilities further. AM do not have voting rights at the AGM.
If you want to register as an Associate Member, click here.
This title is given to persons, by Invitation only. There are no restrictions as to the qualification of such a Membership but in general HM are given to outstanding persons, who via their status and expertise can give a valuable contribution to the association and the Industry of PTSP in general.
If you want to nominate a member for a Honorary Membership, click here (for members only)
Studious Partner Membership
This type of membership is granted after approval by the Board. PM is directed towards participants from the academic community, including universities, research institutes and others. Also organizations, which CCA wish to work and be associated with, can be granted a PM. Full time students can also benefit from this type of membership.
If you want to register as a Studious Partner Member, click here.
The following Membership fees were unanimously approved by the members at the AGM on 10th May 2010.
- Full Membership – 1.500 Euro
- Associate Membership – 750 Euro
- Student Membership – No Fee
- Honorary Membership – No Fee
The Membership fees are reviewed annually at the AGM.
The CCA is established and operates as a non-profit organization. The Membership-fee generates the funds to establish and operate the CCA. Additional revenues are expected from sponsorships as well as income generated from arranging conferences, workshops and events.