Join USACA Today!
Become a member of USACA, the leading voice of the advanced ceramics industry before the U.S. Congress, federal agencies and industrial users.
USACA members range from the largest U.S. industrial companies to smaller corporations dedicated to the manufacture of advanced ceramic products including ceramic matrix composites, coatings, and monolithic structures. These advanced ceramics are used for high temperature refractory products for military, aerospace, and energy uses, as well as hard, durable, and wear resistant materials for abrasives, automotive, filtration, and armor applications. Both producers and users of advanced ceramic raw materials and products are members of USACA.
|Regular Company Member
(US Annual Dues: $5,000 first year, $10,000 second year, $15,000 third year & beyond)
|Emerging Company Member
(US $2,000 Annual Dues)
(US $2,000 Annual Dues)
|Any corporation, partnership, joint venture, or other business organization organized under the laws of the United States or a state thereof and engaged in the manufacture of advanced ceramic materials or products in the United States, or engaged in the sale of products incorporating advanced ceramic materials or products manufactured in the United States. Each Regular Company Member shall appoint a Voting Representative who shall serve on the Board of Directors and shall be eligible to serve as an officer of the Association.||Any corporation, partnership, joint venture or other business organization eligible for admission as a Regular Member, and whose average annual sales for the preceding three years do not exceed $25 million. For purposes of this subsection, "sales" shall include sales made by (1) the organization; (2) any entity that owns more than fifty percent (50%) of the voting stock of the organization; and (3) any entity more than fifty percent (50%) of whose voting stock is owned by the organization. Each Emerging Company Member shall appoint a Voting Representative who shall serve on the Board of Directors and shall be eligible to serve as an officer of the Association.||Any university, not-for-profit research institute, manufacturer or supplier of equipment, energy or services to the United States advanced ceramics industry not eligible for admission as a Regular Member. Associate Members are not eligible to vote.|
Download and mail this form to USACA to become a member. Your application and check for dues can be returned to:
1020 19th St., NW
Washington, DC 20036