The Animal Feed Manufacturers Association (AFMA) of South Africa is the official industry representative body of the formal animal feed manufacturing industry.Continue reading →
The Aerosol Manufacturers’ Association of SA (AMA), is the voice of the South African Aerosol Industry. We act on behalf of the industry in a variety of issues such as legislation, education and setting of national standards amongst others.Continue reading →
SAMPEC plays a critical role in the development of appropriate national policy and incentive levers and will assist members to identify opportunities for import replacement and local beneficiation both up and down the value chain. SAMPEC will also take on a proactive role in encouraging and strengthening the local procurement clause within the new mining charter.
SAMPEC aims to be representative of the full value chain of industry from EPCM’s through to equipment manufacturers, component manufacturers, service providers and logistics.Continue reading →
The Refrigeration and Air-Conditioning Manufacturers’ and Suppliers’ Association (RAMSA) represents employers engaged in the manufacture and/or supply of refrigeration and/or air conditioning equipment and/or productsContinue reading →
The SA Apparel Association (SAAA) is a representative employer organisation for the clothing manufacturing industry. Its geographical scope covers all the provincial boundaries of South Africa. The Association offers services and involves itself not only in the labour market and skills development spheres, but also in trade and industrial policy and related matters. SAAA has formal cooperation and collaboration agreements with the Cape Clothing and Textile Cluster as well as the Apparel and Textile Association of S.A.Continue reading →
The Production Technologies Association of South Africa (PtSA), established in 2006, is a membership based organisation with the mission of promoting, protecting and supporting the collective interests of the Tool, Die, Mould and Special Machining industries (TDM Industry) of South Africa, in order to support the growth and development of all manufacturing sectors.
As part of this mission, the Association has entered into a partnership agreement with government (the dtic), the INTSIMBI Future Production Technologies Initiative, to develop programmes to address the needs of the TDM Industry in order to rehabilitate and grow the industry for the benefit of the manufacturing sector.
The Association offers various programmes and benefits to its members through its own project management and implementation agency. These include improvements in efficiency, competitiveness and profitability of the member companies, as well as ensuring that the required skills are available to the members.
PtSA has a co-operation agreement with the Werkzeugbau Akademie (WBA) in Germany which is the leading world partner of the TDM industry in the areas of consulting, further education and research.
PtSA is a member of the International Special Tooling and Machining Association which gives the members access to a number of international associations and member companies, and also has partnership agreements with a number of national organisations for the benefit of its members.
PtSA Management Services (Pty) Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Production Technologies Association of South Africa NPO (PtSA). It is a special purpose vehicle and the operational capacity of PtSA, in addition it is the implementation agency responsible for the facilitation and management of all INTSIMBI FPTI programmes.Continue reading →
The Domestic Water Heating Manufacturers Cluster of South Africa – DWH-MANCOSA, has been established to promote the local industry within the parameters of designationContinue reading →
The Pet Food Industry Association of Southern Africa (PFI) is a non-profit body formed by pet food manufacturers, dedicated to upholding quality standards that ensure the nutritional wellbeing of household pets. Representative of 62% of the pet food market in South Africa, each member commits to manufacture and market food that meets internationally accepted standards as set out in Act 36 of 1947. The Department of Agriculture’s regulatory authority manages Act 36.
The PFI aids industry in facilitating the complaint process, highlighting matters of non-compliance to the inspectorate of Act 36 for investigation.Continue reading →
Employers engaged in the manufacture of plumbers’ and/or engineers’ and/or builders’ brasswareContinue reading →
The PCA’s sole purpose is to serve members and develop, in conjunction with socially and environmentally responsible plastics converting industry. The PCA is a trade organisation duly registered as an Employers Organisation. As representative for the Plastics Convertors within the Metal and Engineering Bargaining Council we strive to serve the interests of all members on statutory bodies. The Plastics Convertors Association of South Africa (PCA) is an Association for Plastics Convertors, and was launched in 1998 to represent the interests of the well established plastics convertors and manufacturing industry in South Africa. The scope of activities includes but is not limited to matters such as Collective Bargaining, Dispute Resolution, and Liaison with DTI, ITAC, SABS, DoL, NRCS, Technical information, Environment, ethics and others.Continue reading →