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Non-profit organization, representing the local machinery and industrial equipment manufacturers. Germany.

North American association promoting the die casting industry.

A Washington D.C. based trade organization promoting the worldwide buying and selling of steel.

Provides information on new technology, products, procedures, industry trends, and important legislative information on the fastener industry.

Providing resources and programs for marine fabricators to deal with common problems and opportunities. A division of the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI).

Provides information regarding safe storage of petroleum products in factory-fabricated steel above and underground tanks.

Represents American brush manufacturers through enhancing industry knowledge and providing networking opportunities.

Trade association representing metallurgical coke producers, tar distillers, sales agents, and suppliers to the industry.

An international trade association of perlite producers.

A North American association focused on continuously improving business processes and practices in the automotive supply chain by achieving consensus through multi-company teamwork.

Source for information on the Manufacturers' Agents National Association, seminars, publications and membership.

A not-for-profit group of manufacturing professionals who share their experience so that North American manufacturing may become more competitive.

A non-profit association of companies that produce and market sodium chloride.(salt). Provides public information about salt and its more than 14,000 known uses.

The nation's oldest and largest broad-based industrial trade association, represents 14,000 companies in every industrial sector in every state and the 18 million people who make things in America.

A not-for-profit collaborative manufacturing research consortium of 175 North American corporations.

International society serving its members and the manufacturing community through the advancement of professionalism, knowledge, and learning. This society has over 60,000 members in 70 countries.

Trade association for caster and wheel manufacturers and their suppliers. Develops guidelines and standards involving casters, wheels, industrial trailer trucks, platform trucks and towline trucks, and educates members and users.

Promotes programs and education that advance the common interests of porcelain enameling plants and suppliers of porcelain enameling materials and equipment.

Represents manufacturers of dog and cat food produced in the United States. Promotes initiatives to advance pet nutrition and the role of pets in our society.

Information on the science and technology used in the production of rare-earth (neodymium-iron-boron and samarium-cobalt) magnets.

Represents the interests of international gear manufacturers, consultants and suppliers to the industry. Information on gear design, manufacture and application.

Develops and implements laws, regulations, standards and enforcement policies for regulating the manufacture, distribution and sale of animal feeds.

Association of wood machinery manufacturers established to increase the productivity and profitability of U.S. machinery and tooling manufacturers.

Trade association representing graphic finishers, loose-leaf manufacturers, and suppliers to these industries throughout the United States, Canada, and Europe.

An international organization of producers of plastic pails. The membership also includes suppliers of plastic resin, handles, lids, molds, closures and colorants used in container production.

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.

A nonprofit tire industry association dedicated to the promotion of tire recycling through retreading and repairing.

Offers process-specific information, provides statistical, training, educational and technical services; and serves as a common voice on legislative and regulatory issues on behalf of the metal forging community in North America.

Provides market statistical services, export assistance, legislative support, industry education, strategic information services for construction equipment manufacturers.

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.