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5th April 2018, Arlington, VA

ACMA launches redesigned website

The revamped website's look and streamlined sitemap are designed to make it easier to understand what ACMA offers its members and the composites industry. © ACMA The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) has announced the redesign of its website, acmanet.org. The revamped website's look and streamlined sitemap are designed to make it easier to understand what ACMA offers its members and the composites industry as a whole. In addition to a more modern feel and improved user interface, ACMA's website features the association's success stories and member testimonials.

“ACMA saw this effort not only as a way to improve the look and functionality of our website, but also as an opportunity to refine the way we tell our story,” said Tom Dobbins, ACMA President. “ACMA and its member volunteers have accomplished so much, and now those success stories are front in centre on our website.”

Other new features include a more detailed overview of ACMA membership, including graphic breakdowns of ACMA members by business type and target market segments. And for the first time, the website now features a searchable member directory and a more accessible link to ACMA's portal, MyACMA. The portal allows ACMA members to access their exclusive member benefits and allows nonmembers to subscribe to ACMA publications.

The site also includes a comprehensive overview of the composites industry, information about ACMA's market intelligence platforms, and a media room complete with more-easily accessible ACMA news and external coverage from respected publications.

The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) is the world's largest composites industry trade group. It unites manufacturers, material and equipment suppliers, distributors, academia and end users, dedicated to growing the composites market.

ACMA offers composites industry educational resources through its CAMX show, conferences and Certified Composites Technician (CCT) programme. It develops standards and specifications that drive preference for the use of composites in place of traditional materials. It also leads advocacy efforts via legislative and regulatory channels to achieve a more viable composites industry.

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