BTA is an international non-profit trade association representing blood bag manufacturers. The association founded in 2019 is headquartered in Europe (Brussels, Belgium), and has an international scope. Through its direct membership and stakeholder network, BTA aims to make the voice of the blood sector heard in a collaborative approach.

Our activities

  • Promotion of legislative and non-legislative policy at national, European and international level;
  • Development of collaborative projects furthering and supporting the objective of the Association;
  • Coordination of initiatives promoted by stakeholders and specialized organisations that aim at the promotion of safe blood use and supply.



Our mission

We aim to promote the correct use and safe supply of blood for transfusion. We support policies that allow for blood bag manufacturers to meet public health needs.

Our values

  • Safety: We promote safe blood and blood components (red cells, platelets and plasma) use and supply;
  • Commitment: Our conduct is patient and donor centred, as well as professional;
  • Innovation: Our conduct is innovative and culturally sensitive;
  • Respect: We respect our Members, Participants, as well as the blood donors, patients, health professionals and providers that we serve;
  • Integrity: Our conduct is credible and transparent.


Blood Transfusion Association (BTA)
Rue Guimard 10
1040 Brussels 

Telephone: +32 2743 2890
Email: bta.secretariat(at)rpp-group.com

Legal form: Association Internationale Sans But Lucratif (AISBL - International Non-profit Association)
CBE (Crossroads Bank for Enterprises): 0477819.426
VAT number: -

Competent data protection authority: 
Autorité de protection des données (The Data Protection Authority – Belgium)
Regulated occupation:
This Association is ruled by the provisions of the Code of Companies and Associations, which came into force on 1 May 2019.

Our Code of Conduct can be found here.

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