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The Heavy Duty Manufacturers Association (HDMA) has served the strategic needs of its member companies and the commercial vehicle industry since 1983. The commercial vehicle division of the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), HDMA's mission is to advance the commercial vehicle supplier industry and the business interests of our members.
HDMA consists of MEMA member companies participating in the commercial vehicle industry, defined as class 4-8 commercial vehicle trucks and trailers, and/or 50+ hp off-highway vehicle, OE, and aftermarket parts manufacturing industry. Off-highway within HDMA is defined as tracked and wheeled mining, agricultural, forestry, construction, industrial, and military equipment.
With a continuous focus on its members, HDMA strives to advance the image and interests of the industry and its member companies. These members represent every segment of the heavy duty market - from components, service, and repair equipment - to tires, chemicals, lighting, and accessories.
Established companies, with significant North American operations and sound financial condition, actually engaged in the manufacture, production, formulation, and/or remanufacture, of products for the OEM and aftermarket heavy duty commercial vehicle industry (i.e. products for class 4-8 commercial vehicles including trailers, and/or 50+ hp off-highway) shall be eligible for regular membership in the association when approved by the Board of Governors.
Councils and forums are a highly valued asset among our members. Only HDMA members are eligible to join and participate, with each round-table group focusing on a different market segment or business function.
HDMA Forums are self-governed under the guidance of HDMA and meet twice a year. They are geared towards key executives in an organization. Forums offer peer-to-peer networking among an elected group of supplier executives, while discussing industry trends and developments.
HDMA Councils are self-governed, action-oriented groups. Their projects include conducting research and surveys that often extend to all HDMA members once full developed. HDMA Councils also focus on the monitoring of key trends, topics, and issues that are most relevant to suppliers' businesses.
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