The Flexographic Technical Association is the world’s leading professional society promoting the flexographic print process. Its focus is to bring together all members of the flexographic printing supply chain by providing opportunities to exchange technical ideas and discuss mutual concerns. FTA offers conferences, webinars, technical assistance, certification, and publishes FLEXO Magazine and FLEXO iQ.
Since its inception in 1992, the FSEA has worked toward industry awareness and growth. With our current membership well above 300 and steadily rising, our organization continues to strengthen the industry as a whole through education, seminars, statistical surveys, reference tools, conventions and technical conferences, trade show exhibitions and direct mail.
GLGA brings together three strong and successful industry associations, creating an organization that is positioned to best advocate for and provide services to printers and graphics companies in a three-state area. The Printing Industry of Illinois/Indiana Association (PII) and the Printing Industries of Wisconsin (PIW) merged in 2011 to create GLGA, a new association that represents 13 percent of the total print market in the United States. GLGA’s three-state region accounts for combined annual shipments of nearly $19 billion, according to the Printing Industries of America’s most recent Print Market Atlas.
The National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers (NAPIM) represents US-based ink manufacturers. NAPIM and its member companies can assist existing and prospective SGP printers with technical guidance and resources related to printing ink usage in print shop environments: Guidance on minimizing employee exposure; accurate estimation of ink usage to reduce waste; low VOC/high bio-renewable content inks, etc.
PIASC is the largest printing industry association in the nation with members in California, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Wyoming. PIASC supports and advocates for the graphics industry and is devoted to helping its members succeed.
The Printing Industry of New England (PINE) is the regional trade association for print manufacturing in the six states of New England (CT, MA, ME, NH, RI, and VT). PINE provides member companies with opportunities to access value-added resources and services designed to help them be more effective, efficient and profitable. PINE continuously provides members with a significant return on investment.
PRINTING United Alliance is the trade association for facilities engaged in producing a vast array of products by either screen printing or digital imaging technologies, as well as the supplier base for this industry sector. Through its Peer to Peer program, It provides companies with a blueprint towards gaining certification by the SGP program.
RadTech promotes ultraviolet (UV) and electron beam (EB) processing as an alternative technology offering energy savings, elimination of pollution, greater productivity and the opportunity for improved, new or unique products. RadTech serves as a forum to educate UV/EB users and suppliers through technical assistance, conferences, webinars, educational tools and UV+EB Technology Magazine.
The Printing Industry of the Carolinas, Inc. (PICA) is the regional trade association for print manufacturing in North and South Carolina. We provide member companies with opportunities to access value-added resources and services designed to help them be more effective, efficient and profitable. PICA continuously provides members with a significant return on investment.
TLMI is dedicated to helping its members succeed in the label and package printing industry. Knowledge sharing through open and authentic networking is its core strength. The association unites industry executives to share, discover and advise in areas, such as sustainability, that impact a collective success.
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