Automotive Composites Alliance
The Automotive Composites Alliance (ACA) is one of ACMA's Composites Growth Initiative (CGI) Committees. This specialty industry committee is focused on growing composites in the automotive market segment. The Alliance is focused primarily on reaching out to and educating engineers and designers at the automotive original equipment manufacturers (OEMs).
For engineers, architects, designers and specifiers, to learn more about the composites automotive market segment go to www.autocomposites.org.
The mission of the ACA is to develop key alliances with composites industry leaders, educational facilities and government affairs offices to support the continued development and growth of composite applications in the automotive industry.
There are currently 20 companies that belong to ACMA's Automotive Composites Alliance. Five are fabricators; the remaining 15 are material suppliers and distributors.
ACMA Staff LiaisonAndrew Huber
Manager, CGI Committees
Since 1988, the ACA member network provided technical benchmarking information and industry guidelines, industry statistics, promotion and education of composites at key industry events such as the North American International Auto Show, technical presentations on composites materials and technology, and generally help member companies sell composites in the automotive and transportation markets. ACA plans to continue its history of working with engineers and designers at automotive OEMs providing information on advancements in composites technology and manufacturing, as well as becoming the authoritative source on automotive composites.
Become a Member
The Automotive Composites Alliance is open to any member of the American Composites Manufacturers Association interested in growing the composites automotive market segment. Dues to be part of the Alliance are $500. All funds raised by the Alliance are reserved exclusively for projects voted on by the Alliance membership. For more information or to apply for membership, please contact Andrew Huber.