Associations

Millwood, Inc. is proudly associated with the following professional industry associations and institutes.


Material Handling Industry of America  Material Handling Industry (MHI)
The largest U.S. material handling & logistics association representing the leading providers of material handling & logistics solutions. Solutions that make the supply chain work.

NPS 

The Association for Packaging and Processing (PMMI)
Founded in 1933, PMMI is a trade association made up of more than 700 member companies that manufacture packaging, processing and packaging-related converting machinery, commercially-available packaging machinery components, containers and materials in the United States, Canada and Mexico.


International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA)  International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA)
IWLA is the unified voice of the value-added warehousing and logistics industry, representing third-party logistics (3PL) and warehousing service providers. Member companies provide timely and cost-effective 3PL solutions for their customers.

American Lumber Standard Committee, Incorporated  American Lumber Standard Committee (ALSC)
The American Lumber Standard Committee Incorporated is a non-profit organization incorporated in the State of Maryland. The ALSC, comprised of manufacturers, distributors, users, and consumers of lumber and administers an accreditation program for the grade marking of lumber produced.

Nature's Packaging  Nature's Packaging
Nature's Packaging is an affiliate of NWPCA, CWPCA and WPA.
National Wooden Pallet & Container Association  National Wooden Pallet and Container Association (NWPCA)
NWPCA is a consultant to members on business and industry issues; they identify ways members can make money and save money. They are advocates for members with federal legislators and regulators who impact the ways in which members operate and do business.

Institute of Packaging Professionals (IOPP)  Institute of Packaging Professionals (IOPP)
The Institute of Packaging Professionals is dedicated to creating networking and educational opportunities that help packaging professionals succeed

Composite Can & Tube Institute  Composite Can & Tube Institute (CCTI)
An international trade association representing the interests of manufacturers of composite paperboard cans, containers, canisters, tubes, cores, cones, fibre drums, spools, ribbon blocks, bobbins and related or similar composite products; and suppliers to those manufacturers of such items as paper, machinery, adhesives, labels and other materials and services.

USDA Solid Wood Packaging Export Regulations
Provides leadership on food, agriculture, natural resources, and related issues based on sound public policy, the best available science, and efficient management. USDA monitors the export of products from the U.S. through a standard set of regulations and policies.

  Western Pallet Association
The primary purpose of Western Pallet Association shall be the promotion of the common business interest of the wooden pallet and container industry in the Western United States and Canada, and elsewhere.

International Warehouse Logistics Association (IWLA)  West Virginia Forestry Association (WVFA)
The West Virginia Forestry Association is a non-profit organization funded by its membership. The association encourages and promotes sustainable forest management, improved fire protection and suppression and true conservation of woodland resources in West Virginia.

  International Safe Transit Association (ISTA)
International Safe Transit Association (ISTA) is an organization focused on the specific concerns of transport packaging and our mission is to develop and deliver standards, educational programs and tools for the economic, social and environmental optimization of packaging systems. ISTA pioneered the concept of package performance testing and certification over 60 years ago and today our test procedures, standards and certification programs are at the forefront of Responsible Transport Packaging. ISTA members include shippers who manufacture and distribute products, carriers who provide the distribution means, organizations that supply packaging materials and services, and testing laboratories that perform packaged-product performance tests.

  Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association (FIBCA)
Flexible Intermediate Bulk Container Association (FIBCA) was formed in 1983 by the companies that were manufacturing bulk bags at that time. FIBCA today is committed to educating the public on the benefits, uses, correct handling methods for bulk bags and much more. FIBCA's mission is to, "motivate customers to use FIBCs to maximize their profitability, safety, and sustainability; and, educate its members about regulations and standards, promote the use of their products, and to be a strong voice for the FIBC industry with regulatory agencies around the world."