Sturtevant believes that deep involvement in the material processing industry and membership in industry groups, helps us stay in touch with the issues our customers face and the advancements that will affect our industry.
Formed in 1960, PEMA® brings together companies that supply equipment and systems that are used by process industries including: food, chemical, pharmaceutical, waste water treatment, paint and coatings, agribusiness, ceramics, metals, plastics, wood, pulp and paper, environmental, building products, and mining/minerals.
NSSGA represents the crushed stone, sand and gravel-or construction aggregates-industries. Their member companies produce more than 90 percent of the crushed stone and 70 percent of the sand and gravel consumed annually in the United States.
ISPE was founded in 1980, its membership includes a broad representation from pharmaceutical professionals, including a vital link with quality control and assurance personnel. ISPE is committed to the advancement of the educational and technical efficiency of its members through forums for the exchange of ideas and practical experience.
The National Renderers Association (NRA), headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia, was formed in 1933 as the professional organization of the rendering industry. The NRA represents their members’ interests to regulatory and other governmental agencies, promote the greater use of animal by-products and foster the opening and expansion of trade between foreign buyers and North American exporters.
The National Safety Council is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. The NSC partners with businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public to make an impact where the most preventable injuries and deaths occur.
Associated Industries of Massachusetts (AIM) is a dynamic and innovative association of Massachusetts employers guided by the belief that only a vibrant, private-sector economy creates opportunity that binds the social, governmental, and economic foundations of the commonwealth of Massachusetts.