1. 2020 UPDATE Conference 

    Save the Date!  Join us for PMPA's premier networking event - 2020 Update Conference - March 5-7, 2020 in Atlanta, Georgia, at the InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta hotel.  Meet new contacts and take home new ideas and skills!  View the schedule, speakers and topics here!

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    Membership Benefits

    PMPA members benefit from networking, resources, problem-solving, trends & benchmarking, legislative & regulatory updates, health & safety updates and national and local events.  See how a PMPA membership can help your business adapt & thrive!

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    New Member Offer - Trial Membership!

    JOIN PMPA!   Take advantage of PMPA's one-year trial membership promotion of $600.00 to U.S. and Canadian contract machining (‘active’) shops. Click here for more information

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Time Until 2014 Annual Meeting

  • March 5-7, 2020
    2020 Update Conference

    InterContinental Buckhead Atlanta
    Atlanta, GA
  • May 3-5, 2020
    2020 National Technical Conference
    Pfister Hotel
    Milwaukee, WI
  • October 22-24, 2020
    2020 Annual Meeting
    Branson, MO

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