Alliance for Supporting Industries Association (A.S.I.A.)
Malaysia Mould and Die Association (MMADA)
Established on August 1, 1994 as Selangor and Federal Territory Mould and Die Association. However on September 21, 2001 the association was nationalized and the name was changed to Malaysia Mould and Die Association (MMADA).
To promote and protect the general interest of ell its members by providing the means of mutual co-operation in exchanging and exploiting technical knowledge and business development in and out of Malaysia.
The Philippine Plastics Industry Association (PPIA) was formed with the objective of promoting the cooperation and understanding amongst plastic product manufacturers in the country. It carries the reputation as the "Premier Voice of the Philippine Downstream Plastic Industry", that is effectively representing the industry in the resolution of significant concerns affecting competitiveness and interests in key policies and legislations.
The PPIA has a special interest in the areas of Environmental Matters, Product Standards, Tariffs, Customs Rules and Regulations and has expanded across the Philippine archipelago with 162 plastic products manufacturers and 44 technology and raw material supplier advisers.
SINGAPORE MANUFACTURING FEDERATION (SMF)
The Singapore Manufacturing Federation (SMF) set up in 1932, is a national body and industry association that works together with relevant partners to champion the interests and growth of its members and the manufacturing community in Singapore; enhancing their competitiveness through capability development and capacity building, innovation and productivity, adoption and implementation of standards, overseas expansion as well as providing assistance and opportunities for companies to collaborate, network, grow and expand both locally and internationally.
SMF carries out a myriad of activities to enhance the competitive edge of its members. Leveraging on its extensive network of contacts, 10 Industry Groups and 7 Centres of Excellence, SMF is the voice for Singapore's manufacturing community for over 84 years and plays an important role to facilitate tripartite communications among the government, foreign delegates and the local manufacturing community.
2985 Jalan Bukit Merah Singapore 159457 T +65 6826 3000 F +65 6826 3008
Founded in February 26, 1993 as a club of entrepreneurs in FRP, industry, under the facilitation and collaboration of Department of industrial Promotion and Division of Industrial Service. After a while, the club acquired more members until March 20, 1995 when the club proposed the letter to “Office of National Culture Commission” and registered as the Association under the name “Thai Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic Industry Association, which later on changed to “Thai Composites Association” with the goal to develop and create competitive advantages of Thai composite industry in global arena.
Vietnam Plastics Association is a professional and social organization of traders and manufacturers, users, researchers and managers indirectly or directly involved in plastics sector.
Vietnam Plastics Association is a non-profit and governmental agency purposing to support and cooperate professional development and proper protection of its members.
Vietnam Plastics Association is a member of ASEAN Federation of Plastics Industry (AFPI) and Asian Plastics Forum (APF).
Main activities of Vietnam Plastic Assciation
To organize to gather and exchange information and experience on the domestic and world's plastic technical sciences.
To coordinate its members' activities in business production, import and export, product study and improvement as well as development of domestic and oversea markets.
To consult investment, technology, technical equipment to its members.
To settle any dispute arising among its members.
To protect proper and legal benefits to the Association and its members.
To increase number of members, its branches and to construct relations with domestic organizations and associations.
To develop relations with regional and international plastic organizations in line with legal regulations.