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Trade Associations

Aluminium Stockholders Association (ASA)

asalogoMembers of the ASA act as a link between the mill producers of aluminium rolled and extruded products and the market sectors and customers, such as the general engineering, automotive and aviation industries.  
The ASA also plays an active part in organisations such as the Aluminium Federation in promoting the use of aluminium products in a wide range of end uses.  The ASA members operate within a strict Code of Conduct that ensures continuity of supply, high standards and quality systems.

The Aluminium Federation (ALFED)

ALFEDALFED represents the interests of the UK aluminium industry, acting as the point of contact between the aluminium industry and its many stakeholders. 
The aim of the Aluminium Federation is to expand the market for aluminium products in the UK and to promote the interests of the members of the Aluminium Federation.

British Sign & Graphics Association (BSGA)

bsgaBSGA provides the definitive standards for the UK Sign Industry which are constantly updated and upgraded by a dedicated Technical Committee and its advisors.
The Association offers a range of services to the UK Sign Industry and its members from technical guidelines, and advice on planning matters to representation and lobbying on legislative matters in the UK and Europe.

British Stainless Steel Association (BSSA)

bssaBSSA exists to promote and develop the manufacture and use of stainless steel in the interest of its members, and represents companies at all stages of the supply chain, including producers, processors, fabricators, distributors, manufacturers and suppliers of consumables.
The Association represents its members by providing industry information, training and events and by promoting products and services.

The Association for Road Traffic Safety & Management (ARTSM)

artsmARTSM is an informed and influential force in the Highways and Transportation area. The Association seeks to benefit Members through its representative role thus seeking to influence technological developments to improve standards in traffic engineering and operations.
The Association was founded in 1933 and membership is open to companies, and Central, Regional or Local Government Departments who are manufacturers or suppliers of road traffic signs both permanent and temporary. 

Local Authority Sign Manufacturers Association (LASMA)

lasmaLASMA is the Local Authority Sign Manufactures Association. All Local councils that have a sign shop for the manufacture of road traffic signs.

Gauge & Tool Makers Association (GTMA)

gtma approvedGTMA is a UK-based trade association representing leading companies in precision engineering, rapid product development, toolmaking, tooling technologies, metrology and other critical manufacturing related products and services.

The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) 

miaMIA is the leading trade association for Motorsport’s high performance engineering and services industry.  It represents the specialised needs of this highly successful British based industry.

The British Marine Federation (BMF) 

bmfBMF is the trade association for the leisure and small commercial marine industry.  Their aim is to create, develop and resource high quality services, benefits and commercial activities to promote the marine industry.