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MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES

MANUFACTURING Membership.  All members of the Conveyor  Manufacturing Industry that have had a Presence within the Americas for at least one (1) year shall be eligible to become a Manufacturing Member of the Corporation.

Conveyor Equipment Manufacturer. An entity shall be deemed to be a member of the Conveyor Manufacturing Industry if its business or the principal business of one of its divisions is 1) the designing or specifying; and 2) the assembling and manufacturing of unit or bulk material conveying systems, equipment or components for which the Corporation maintains reporting statistics.

(a)  Controlling the designs, specifications, assembly, and manufacturing of unit or bulk material equipment or systems; or
(b)  Designing, manufacturing, and selling any of those bulk belt conveyor components for which the Corporation maintains reporting statistics; or
(c)  Designing and manufacturing those component parts which, by reason of their unique nature, are primarily capable of usage as components parts of unit conveying equipment or systems; or 
(d)  Designing, manufacturing, and selling pneumatic conveyors, automated monorails, automatic guided vehicles, conveyor controls, or any combination of same, including equipment and systems.

TECHNICAL Membership.  All members of the Conveyor Engineering Industry that have had a Presence within the Americas for at least one (1) year shall be eligible to become a Technical Member of the Corporation.

Conveyor Engineering Company. An engineering company shall be deemed to be a member of the conveyor engineering industry if its principal business or the principal business of one of its divisions is in the business of one or more of the following:

(a) Designing or specifying unit or bulk material conveying equipment or systems;
(b) Designing or specifying any of those bulk belt conveyor components for which the Corporation maintains reporting statistics;
(c)  Designing or specifying those component parts which by reason of their unique nature, are primarily capable of usage as component parts of  unit conveying equipment or systems;
(d) Designing or specifying pneumatic conveyors, automated monorails, automatic guided vehicles, conveyor controls, or any combinations of the foregoing; or
(e)  Integration of conveyor components into conveyor systems or project management of conveyor systems construction.

 

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