NEMA ESPG 2017 - 1
Strength in numbers
combined with sector expertise
is NEMA's hallmark.
NEMA unites America's electroindustry. We play a vital
role in the U.S. economy by promoting practices that
accelerate innovation, eliminate business barriers,
reduce manufacturing costs, and expand new markets.
We represent 52 product sectors, from power
transmission and distribution equipment and lighting
systems to factory automation and control systems
and medical diagnostic imaging systems. NEMA
provides advocacy, in-depth economic intelligence,
technical standards, and vision to member companies
serving all major end markets:
Industrial products and systems
Expand Market Opportunities
NEMA's methodology is threefold: facilitate
production, promote product interoperability, and
develop performance standards that increase market
demand. We help members improve safety and
Eliminate Business Barriers
As legislation and regulations are proposed, NEMA
represents the collective interests of America's
electrical manufacturers at every level of government,
including local building codes, infrastructure funding,
national energy laws, and international trade.
Acquire Business Intelligence
Through NEMA, electroindustry manufacturers
develop and implement tailored, industry-specific
market and statistical programs that benefit
participating companies. NEMA also conducts
economic analyses on the impact of legislation and
regulations on member products, and monitors
and reports on key industry market indicators.
All programs comply with NEMA statistical
We give our members a competitive edge in today's
rapidly changing, global marketplace. Join us to
expand market opportunities, acquire exclusive
business intelligence, remove market barriers, build
supply chain connections, and harness innovation.
Membership in NEMA is open to any firm engaged in
the manufacture of products within the NEMA scope
and for sale in the open market. Our sustained vision
will carry the electrical manufacturing and medical
imaging industry into the future.
www.nema.org 2017 ELECTRICAL STANDARDS & PRODUCTS GUIDE