Does NTMA have international ties?

NTMA is a US-based organization, with a membership base of American companies, but we have cordial relationships with overseas peers as well as a global understanding of manufacturing as a whole. At the same time, unlike some international industry organizations, our focus is on American economic strength and American jobs.

What is the typical demographic of an NTMA member?

The majority of NTMA members are small- to medium-sized manufacturing companies, many of them privately held and family owned. It is the profitable growth of businesses in this broad category that NTMA is concerned about.

What distinguishes NTMA from the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)?

While similar in goals, the NAM generally represents large, multinational corporations, such as Boeing and Caterpillar, rather than the smaller manufacturing businesses that compose most of NTMA’s membership base.

Are my dues tax-deductible?

NTMA dues are tax-deductible as a business expense, but not as a nonprofit contribution. However, contributions to the National Tooling and Machining Foundation (NTMF) are fully tax-deductible.

What other ways can I connect with NTMA?

NTMA is active on Facebook and Twitter , and we have a group on LinkedIn as well. Social media is an excellent way to network with fellow members and derive value from your membership.

How do I get involved in my local chapter?

To get involved at the local level, simply show up at a chapter meeting or give your local chapter representative a call. Information on your local chapter will be included in your welcome packet.

How much does membership cost?

NTMA membership is reasonable given all the benefits that members receive. Dues are geared to fit each member company and are based on the number of full-time employees and total annual revenues. To find out what your specific membership cost will be, simply complete our online application.

What can I expect after I make the decision to join?

Shortly after you join you’ll receive a package outlining your membership benefits and the resources available to you. After receiving that, someone from NTMA will give you a call to welcome you and walk you through the information you’ve received. As a NTMA member, you can always call upon us if you have any questions or concerns whatsoever.

How do I become a member?

Becoming a member of NTMA is easy. Simply register online here or give us a call at (800) 248-6862.

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