Supporting the Plywood Industry
NBMDA represents a network of distributors and manufacturers dedicated to pursuing the association’s mission of developing and promoting the effectiveness of distribution processes to improve member profitability and growth. As the industry changes, so does NBMDA. Visit the website.
The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (“KCMA”) is a voluntary, non-profit trade association representing North American cabinet manufacturers and suppliers to the industry. KCMA is an influential advocate for the industry and since 1955 has administered the nationally-recognized performance standard for cabinets (ANSI/KCMA A161.1). Today, KCMA also is leading the way in promoting responsible environment practices in the industry. Visit the website.
Members of the International Wood Products Association include companies and organizations worldwide which are involved in the many activities required to produce and import a wood product into the United States. IWPA represents more than 200 companies and organizations in more than 30 nations throughout the world. Membership categories are based on industry activity. Visit the website.
MPMA was originally formed to promote use of plywood in Malaysia as well as abroad. Its aims have been modified over time to promoted exportation of plywood, set quality standards by manufactures, promote efficiency within the industry, collect statistics related to manufacture of plywood and work close with Forestry Department to properly manage the wood-based industry. Visit the website.