AEMT - Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades

31 August 2017
AEMT becoming a United Nations of engineering
The increasing international membership of the Association of Electrical and Mechanical Trades (AEMT) is reflected in the newest members, from Europe, South East Asia and from the Gulf; as well as new associate members.
EFACEC Transformer, Angola

Coming from as far afield as Indonesia, Malaysia, Poland and Portugal, the new members join about 285 member companies, with nearly one-third of them headquartered overseas.

Thomas Marks of the AEMT says, “More and more, we are arranging international training and events to reflect the increasingly global nature of the technology industries. These tend to generate applications for membership, while other overseas companies hear about us through the media or third-party references.”

Membership of the AEMT has many benefits including providing an input into developing new industry and technical standards, legislation and best practice documents, data and intelligence gathering and analysis, communications within the industry, to academia and lobbying of governments, and easy participation in national and international events.

“Creating networking and learning opportunities is a vital part of the work of the AEMT and other trade associations. It is impossible to accurately quantify their value, but they offer unrivalled chances to build relationships, win business and create alliances.

“Our international members are benefitting greatly from the networking opportunities as well as the training courses we provide and the technical support freely available to them.” 

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