Privacy Policy

The American Composites Manufacturers Association (ACMA) currently collects three types of information from its website: (1) your IP (Internet Protocol) address; (2) information voluntarily submitted on publication order forms, meeting registration forms or emails sent to the website administrator, or for access to the Members Only section of our website and, (3) cookies if the user so chooses.

Your IP address often does not identify an individual, but rather is only a temporary name by which an individual obtains access to the ACMA website. ACMA uses your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer our website quality. We do not use IP addresses to personally identify users. We use analytics to determine which areas of our site visitors like based on the volume of traffic and to better prepare future site content based on the interests of users. We do not track the usage patterns of individual users, except when they click through from emails that we send out.

Information voluntarily disclosed to ACMA either online or in writing through publication order forms, meeting registration forms, survey response forms, service enrollment forms and email is added to the relevant ACMA database to enable processing of the order or registration, or for appropriate response. This information is usually the name, address and item purchased, meeting attended or topic of interest. ACMA may distribute further relevant information to individuals identified in this way. On the occasion that we should contract with third parties for marketing or other activities related to ACMA ’s goals and objectives, and allow them to use selected member information, such information will be shared only  under strict confidentiality agreements. ACMA will use its best efforts to prevent the government from obtaining member or customer information unless required by law.
Information provided to ACMA in non-electronic form may also be used in this way. Individuals who would like to “opt out” of receiving additional communications from ACMA should contact ACMA to have their names removed from our lists. Corrections or other changes may also be made by emailing

ACMA endeavors to take appropriate measures to assure the reliability of member records and to protect them from loss, misuse or alteration. Member records are protected from access by Internet users through a firewall. Further information on ACMA’s online privacy policy may be obtained from  the Director of Marketing and Communications.