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Introduction To WIB Membership

The majority of WIB members are instrumentation- & control-users from medium to large companies. However, there are also engineering contractors and system integrators member, for which industrial automation, measurement and process control is of considerable importance. WIB enforces a strict anti-trust protocol, to which all members are committed.

Who can become a member?

All organisations and industries who are concerned with industrial automation, measurement and control can become members. Strictly excluded from membership are companies that are involved in the manufacture or sale of any form of instrumentation or control equipment for commercial purposes.

At present WIB has members operating in a wide range of industrial sectors:

  • Oil & Gas, Petrochemicals
  • Fine-chemicals & Pharmaceutics
  • Food & Beverage
  • Utilities; Power, Gas & Water
  • Public and private research organisations
  • Engineering Contractors or consultances

Becoming a member

There are different classes (and cost) of membership, based on size/participation of your company. For further details on WIB membership opportunities and possibilities, please contact the WIB: or 

Added Value Of Membership

  • Cost and time savings by jointly undertaking assessments and studies.
  • Objective and impartial assessments and studies.
  • Low cost access to expert reports.
  • Exchange of user information, knowledge and experience.
  • Representation of end-users common interests.
  • Effective and economic training platform for junior discipline staff by participation in Working Group experts meetings.


    For further details, contact: (Jan Peter Sanderse) or (consultant)