The Association of Rotational Molders (ARM) is a worldwide trade association currently representing member companies in 58 countries. Members include manufacturers of rotationally molded plastic products, suppliers to the industry, designers, and professionals. ARM is the primary voice of the industry and the source for information on rotational molding. The Association serves its members by focusing on the needs of designers, customers, educators, suppliers, member company employees and regulators.
Your Voice & Presence in the Marketplace
ARM represents its industry in many ways. They 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. Their advertising and trade show participation maintain a presence in the marketplace. And they develop business leads which we promptly share with our members. They distribute inquiries and referrals as they continuously arrive at the ARM offices. You can actually gain business by being an ARM member. ARM further supports a company’s marketing program by providing videos and printed material, such as A World of Applications for Rotational Molding. This easy to follow, four-color brochure helps potential customers understand the versatility and benefits of rotational molding.
Research & Development
ARM supports research and development. Research projects are sponsored through a number of highly regarded institutions that have top-notch facilities and staff. Research findings are passed on to members, which puts them on the cutting edge of technology. A variety of educational opportunities, including training manuals, videos, and seminars are offered through ARM. The Introduction to Rotational Molding seminar provides the novice with a complete understanding of materials, equipment, and operations.
ARM’s work is done through special committees that are designed to meet the needs of the membership and the industry. All members benefit from the experience and wisdom gained from working on these committees. Participation is encouraged, and the success of the Association depends on it.