About Bamar

Our Memberships

Bamar believes in supporting organizations that promote strong business ethics. This is why we are members of the following organizations:

IndianaChamber-Logo.gif Local and State Chambers of Commerce
Business advocacy at the Statehouse has been a top priority of the Indiana Chamber throughout its history. The Chamber seeks business input through its grassroots program, provides the leading legislative tracking service in IndianaNet and offers a video review of Statehouse activity throughInside Indiana Business with Gerry Dick.
affiliations_clip_image002.jpg Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA)
Formed in 1901, the Indiana Manufacturers Association performs essential services for manufacturers - both large and small. Our goal has always been to preserve a favorable business climate for manufacturing throughout the state. And we're proud that Indiana continues to be one of America's leading industrial states.
affiliations_clip_image002.gif  Manufacturers Association for Plastics Processors (MAPP)
In the 1990s, a group of processors gathered on a routine basis to discuss issues that were relevant to running their businesses. They were intrigued by how much they accomplished by focusing ONLY on processor issues. Looking to explore further what a united group of processors could accomplish, they incorporated the Mid-America Plastics Partners (MAPP) in August 1996 as a not-for-profit trade association. MAPP, the organization created BY PROCESSORS and FOR PROCESSORS, has since become the fastest growing processor group of its kind in the country.
 SPE-Logo.gif Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE)
Every day the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) helps people and companies in the plastics industry succeed. How? By spreading knowledge , strengthening skills and promoting plastics. SPE is the only place where people from all parts of the industry can come together around important issues and technologies. SPE’s contribution to the plastics industry for over 60 years has made a significant difference to the technologies and innovations the industry enjoys today. In the process, we've developed a 20,000-member network of leading engineers, scientists and other plastics professionals, including technicians, salespeople, marketers, retailers and representatives from tertiary industries.
 ASQ-Logo.gif American Society for Quality (ASQ)
ASQ is the world’s leading membership organization devoted to quality. We have the knowledge, tools, expertise and resources to inspire you and your organization. Join ASQ and we’ll help you Make Good Great®.