Associations & Organizations
Associations & organizations serving the flexographic industry.
AICC - Association of Independent Corrugated Convertershttp://www.aiccbox.org/
The Association of Independent Corrugated Converters is an international trade association representing a majority of independent North American manufacturers of corrugated packaging products and the suppliers to the industry. AICC has 706 boxmaking members and 359 supplier members and offers both segments a full array of membership services, programs and benefits.
ASTD - American Society for Training & Developmenthttp://www.astd.org/
Founded in 1944, ASTD is the world's premier professional association and leading resource on workplace learning and performance issues. ASTD provides information, research, analysis and practical information derived from its own research, the knowledge and experience of its members, its conferences, expositions, seminars, publications and the coalitions and partnerships it has built through research and policy work. ASTD's membership includes more than 70,000 people, working in the field of workplace performance in 100 countries worldwide. Its leadership and members work in more than 15,000 multinational corporations, small and medium sized businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities.
FPPA - Flexographic Pre-Press Platemakers Associationhttp://www.fppa.net/
FPPA's purpose is to create, promote and enhance high standards within the flexographic pre-press platemaking industry, to provide leadership through vision and direction, to strengthen education at all levels and to further the best interests of the industry.
FTA - Flexographic Technical Association, Inc.http://www.flexography.org/
The Flexographic Technical Association, Inc. founded in 1958, is the leading technical society devoted exclusively to the flexographic printing industry. Since then, the FTA has grown to include every employee at over 1800 company locations. Their members come from all aspects of the flexo industry, and include printers, suppliers, graphic trade shops, consumer product companies, designers, end-users, consultants and educational institutions. Together they provide a wealth of products, services and shared knowledge to the flexographic printing industry.
PII - Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Association Inc.http://www.pii.org/
Since 1928, PII has provided services and programs geared to the specific needs of the graphic arts industry, including designers, printers, brokers, prepress houses, binders and finishers, mailers, suppliers and buyers of print.
Printing Industries of Americahttp://www.gain.net/
PII is an affiliate of PIA, Printing Industries of America and GATF, the Graphic Arts Technical Foundation.
SGIA - Screenprinting & Graphic Imaging Association Internationalhttp://www.sgia.org/
The Screenprinting & Graphic Imaging Association International is a non-profit, worldwide association for the imaging community, SGIA International is the one organization whose sole existence is to provide imaging professionals with the know-how, advice and knowledge to help them succeed.
Tappi - Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry, Inc.http://www.tappi.org/
TAPPI is the leading technical association for the worldwide pulp, paper, and converting industry. Founded in 1915, TAPPI has grown into the world's largest professional association serving the pulp, paper, and converting industries. TAPPI's 23,000 individual members look to the association for information, education, and knowledge-sharing opportunities.
TLMI - Tag & Label Manufacturers Institute, Inc.http://www.tlmi.com/
The Tag & Label Manufacturers Institute, Inc. (TLMI) is North America's leading trade association dedicated to the tag and label industry. TLMI member companies are among the world leaders in technical achievement, capable of delivering the highest quality tags and labels for both decoration and information. Throughout the year, TLMI holds technical seminars and forums designed to educate its members and improve product quality and production efficiency. As a result, TLMI member companies utilize the latest in state-of-the-art equipment and technology in meeting their customers' tag and label needs. TLMI member companies are divided into two categories: CONVERTERS, who are engaged in the manufacture of tags and pressure sensitive labels, and SUPPLIERS, who produce the raw materials used by these manufacturers in producing finished products.