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Associations

Shares technical information about abrasives minerals and their uses including abrasives grains and products.
http://www.abrasiveengineering.com/
Promotes the sale of pressure sensitive adhesive tapes, establishing related standards, and technical development of these tapes.
http://www.atmaadhesivetapes.com/
Promotes the analysis and improvement of business processes in the manufacturing industry.
http://www.ambcbenchmarking.org/
Represents American brush manufacturers through enhancing industry knowledge and providing networking opportunities.
http://www.abma.org/
Trade association representing metallurgical coke producers, tar distillers, sales agents, and suppliers to the industry.
http://www.accci.org/
Represents the interests of international gear manufacturers, consultants and suppliers to the industry.
http://www.agma.org/
Trade organization representing American manufacturers in the hardware industry and sponsor of the National Hardware Show and Building Products Exposition held in conjunction with International Hardware Week.
http://www.ahma.org/
A Washington D.C. based trade organization promoting the worldwide buying and selling of steel.
http://www.aiis.org/
A not-for-profit group of manufacturing professionals who share their experience so that North American manufacturing may become more competitive.
http://www.ame.org/
Develops and implements laws, regulations, standards and enforcement policies for regulating the manufacture, distribution and sale of animal feeds.
http://www.aafco.org/
Provides market statistical services, export assistance, legislative support, industry education, strategic information services for construction equipment manufacturers.
http://www.aem.org/
Source of information about home appliances and the industry organization that represents the manufacturers of home appliances.
http://www.aham.org/
Represents suppliers, distributors, retailers, program groups, manufacturers' representatives, trade publications, educators and vendors in all segments of the automotive aftermarket industry.
http://www.aftermarket.org/
A North American association focused on continuously improving business processes and practices in the automotive supply chain by achieving consensus through multi-company teamwork.
http://www.aiag.org/
An association of over 2000 member companies that rebuild automotive related parts, such as starters, alternators, clutches, transmissions, brakes, drive shafts, and numerous other parts for passenger cars, trucks, off-road, equipment and industrial uses.
http://www.apra.org/