CPI consults and supports its Members through standing committees and sector bodies
The ultimate governing body of the CPI is its Council, comprising senior representatives from its membership and from each sector of the supply chain. CPI Council’s responsibilities include not only the overall strategy of CPI but also membership criteria; issue and policy priorities; and budgets and subscription levels.
CPI consults and supports its Members through standing committees and sector bodies which are responsible to CPI Council. Standing committees deal with the many and varied issues facing the industry and with the focused range of services provided to Members. Sector bodies are governed by their own sector councils and are responsible for approving sectoral policy on sector specific issues and for overseeing the work of sectoral committees.
CPI’s constitution (Articles of Association and Byelaws) is available here.
CPI Council comprises the following:
- one senior representative from each of its Members, who together provide over 80% of CPI’s membership subscription;
- one senior representative from each of the sector bodies, namely Corrugated Packaging; Papermaking; Recovered Paper; and Tissue, and
- the CPI’s Director General.
The Officers of CPI are the President; Immediate Past President; Vice President; and Treasurer.
The President, who is elected by CPI Council and holds office for a term of two years, presides as Chairman of all meetings of CPI Council.
CPI Finance & Management Board
The Officers and Director General are normally directors of CPI and sit on its Finance and Management Board (FMB) together with the CPI Company Secretary.
The purpose of the FMB is to oversee the business, finances and affairs of the CPI with delegated authority of the CPI Council.
The constitution of the FMB is available here (need to supply document)
Organisation & Management
The Director General is responsible for the day-to-day running of the organisation, and is supported by CPI staff who provide the expertise necessary to guarantee that CPI’s objectives are met and its operations are undertaken in a professional and cost-effective manner.