ASMI provides versatile staff and
a fully equipped headquarters office to the following trade associations and
Textile Machinery Association (1982)
ATMA® is the only U.S.
association devoted to the advancement of U.S.-based manufacturers of
textile machinery, equipment and parts. Its 50-plus member companies
represent a significant percentage of total industry volume of capital
Trauma Society (2012)
ATS is dedicated to the elimination of needless death and
disability from injury. For more than 40 years, ATS has served as an
advocate for the trauma care system, trauma prevention programs, and the
victims of trauma and their families throughout the United States. Its
goals are to prevent injury whenever possible, and to ensure optimal
treatment of trauma when it does occur.
of Vacuum Equipment Manufacturers (2007)
AVEM is a trade association for the vacuum industry, which
collects statistical information on the worldwide quarterly sales of
vacuum pumps, vacuum instrumentation and vacuum hardware. Data is
collected on specific product lines. AVEM has more than 70 member
Association of Emergency Managers (1985)
IAEM has more than 4,500 members whose focus is protecting life
and property from disaster. Services include a professional
certification program, scholarship program, national representation on
emergency management issues, monthly newsletter, and more. IAEM sponsors
a trade show, EMEX, during its Annual Conference.
Association of Government Communicators (2006)
NAGC is a national not-for-profit professional network of
federal, state and local government employees who disseminate
information within and outside government. Its members are editors,
writers, graphic artists, video professionals, broadcasters,
photographers, information specialists, and agency spokespersons. NAGC
is the only organization for, by and about government communicators and
Association of State EMS Officials (1996)
NASEMSO is an organization comprised of state EMS officials from
each state, the District of Columbia, and the U.S. territories. Formed
in 1980, it provides leadership and support in the development of
national EMS systems, fosters communication among state officials and
between state and federal officials, and represents the specific needs
and opinions of state EMS systems and their programs on national issues.
Equipment Manufacturers’ Association (1985)
PEMA® represents manufacturers of equipment to physically or
chemically increase the value of a raw material or product. Its 65
members are largely based in the Midwest and Northeast United States.
Senior level management meets three times a year on a variety of
Liability Prevention and Defense Group
PLP&D is a coalition of capital
equipment producers from six industry associations. It is flexibly
structured for information sharing to help prevent product-related
accidents, avoid litigation, and improve liability defense.