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Association of Rotational Moulders
The Association of Rotational Moulders (ARM) was formed in Chicago in 1976, which is a worldwide trade association that is currently representing companies in 58 countries. The major and foremost goal of the association is to promote and champion rotational moulding and is actively involved in research and development. ARM is largely responsible and deals in the development and market awareness of the process. ARM is the primary support of the industry and the source for information on rotational molding. The Association helps in serving its members by focusing on the needs of designers, customers, educators, suppliers, member company employees and regulators.
ARM International represents its industry in many ways. It speak when and where it's needed - to government, to industry, to the public, to the press and to other groups as well as to prospective customers to sought out the issues and topics . ARM advertise and trade show participation maintain a presence in the marketplace. And it helps in developing business leads which promptly share with the members. People from these sectors can actually gain business by being an ARM International member. This is easy and advantageous to follow, four-color brochure helps potential customers understand the versatility and benefits of rotational molding.
ARM International has been actively supporting research and development. Number of research projects are sponsored through highly recognized institutions that are endowed with top-class facilities as well as backed by highly skilled staff. Research findings are passed on to the members, putting them on the cutting-edge of technology. Also, numerous educational opportunities are provided including training videos, and manuals as well as seminars are arranged by ARM International. The seminar on the Introduction to Rotational Molding, provides complete understanding of equipment, material and operations.
ARM is consists of special committees that are designed to meet the needs of the membership and the industry. All members benefit from the experience and detailed information gained from working on these committees.
ARM committees include:
- Forums and Programs
- Membership Development
- Processes, Equipment & Tooling
- Special Materials