CME membership helps Bohne Spring excel in quality and serviceNovember 11, 2015 REDWIRE is news you can use from leading suppliers. Powered by FRASERS.
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One of the secrets to Bohne Spring’s success is its involvement with a number of industry associations. For example, the leading manufacturer of precision springs and wire forms is a member of Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME), an organization that provides its members with many advantages. Bohne Spring has been a member since 1941.
CME works to help member companies improve efficiency, find educational opportunities, get access to information, and expand to new markets. These benefits help companies like Bohne Spring maintain their commitments to providing unparalleled quality, service and dependability.
CME aims to help members improve business conditions in several ways. One of its main goals is to help member companies save time, expenses and materials.
For example, the association advocates for policies and taxation frameworks that will benefit the industry. As the largest trade and industry association in Canada, CME is able to get policy makers to listen. It has been affecting positive changes to the industry for more than 140 years, and is ranked one of the top five most influential lobby groups in Canada.
CME also provides members with an industry benefits program that includes more than $60,000 in discounts for products and services. These savings allow companies like Bohne Spring to invest more in process improvements. According to the company, it is always working towards getting better.
“We are constantly endeavouring to improve our processes with the goal of becoming increasingly competitive and cost effective.”
Another main focus of the CME is to help members make money. One way the association improves the profits of members is by linking them with new market opportunities at home and abroad. For example, the CME hosts trade missions and events to connect members with strategic partners around the world.
Bohne Spring is one CME member that has found opportunities in a wide variety of markets. The company makes springs for the automotive, aircraft, appliance, defence and telecommunications industries, among others.
Lastly, CME focuses on helping its members connect with the information, education, networking opportunities and advocacy channels that are needed to succeed in a competitive global marketplace.
By focusing on the issues that are most important to the industry, CME helps member companies such as Bohne Spring excel.
For more information on Bohne Spring’s products and services, visit the company website.