According to Progar, growth is coming from companies in the U.S. as well as from other countries. Since announcing its new federated membership category in May 2013, PFA has gained several new members from Canada and Brazil and flexible polyurethane foam producers from other Panamerican countries are expected to join soon.
PFA has earned a reputation as a strong and insightful advocacy group on behalf of the flexible polyurethane foam industry and provides educational technical bulletins, legal briefings, white papers, and position papers for members. The PFA website at www.pfa.org averages two million visitors each year.
“PFA provides a valuable service to its members and, as the economy continues to improve, membership in our industry’s trade association becomes an investment that’s easy to justify. It’s no secret that the pressure is on from regulatory groups and PFA is best equipped to take on those challenges,” Progar added.