SPI Membership Value Proposition
As a member of SPI: The Plastics Industry Trade Association, your company belongs to the largest U.S. plastics industry trade association and the only organization that represents all four major segments of the industry: equipment manufacturers, material suppliers, processors and OEM/Brand Owners. Membership in SPI gives your company a voice in shaping the industry's future and a measurable return on investment in networking, advocacy and business opportunities that can only come from engagement with SPI.
Find out how SPI delivers $500,000 in ROI for:
SPI's product lines support your company's bottom line!
Public Policy advocacy protects your supply chain's active markets:
Keep your customers in business-join forces to combat product de-selection efforts.
Cut through government red tape-gain assistance in complying with health reform, OSHA, EPA and other regulations.
Sound off to your elected representatives-use SPI's grassroots tools to easily promote pro-plastics manufacturing policies to your representatives.
Access industry news and alerts-receive important updates on plastics issues via SPI's e-newsletter, members-only website, business blog and email bulletins.
Business development services, conferences and trade shows boost your bottom line:
Access emerging technologies and network with customers and suppliers at exclusive, SPI members-only conferences and events.
Learn the latest on specific business issues that impact your company through the Business of Plastics Webinar series.
Receive deep member discounts on SPI's industry reports, products and publications.
services and cost-savings programs designed specifically for plastics businesses.
Communications, marketing and consumer outreach initiatives preserve and promote your business:
Utilize award-winning websites, blogs and newsletters that build public confidence in plastic products.
Tap into market studies and statistical reports that track key trends in plastics industry employment, shipments, productivity and international trade.
Influence policymakers on the importance of plastics manufacturing jobs to the U.S. economy.
Educate consumers with news and case studies of industry's contributions to society and sustainability through websites, Facebook, YouTube and other media channels.