October 8, 2008
Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating
CIPH signs MOU with Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada
The Canadian Institute of Plumbing and Heating (CIPH) and the Mechanical Contractors Association of Canada (MCAC) have signed a memorandum of understanding that paves the way for increased exchange of information on items of common concern.
“Since both organizations focus their objectives on disseminating educational, scientific and technical information and expertise to their members, the signing of the MOU reinforces the opportunity to collectively enhance an already strong relationship locally and nationally,” said CIPH chair Cliff Sarjeant of NCI Marketing Inc.
The MOU provides for a voluntary exchange of information on common educational, technical, scientific, legislative and regulatory matters that affect the plumbing, heating, cooling and piping products industries globally.
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