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Affiliate members comprise the chemical industry’s value chain partners, including: down-stream consumer-facing companies such as large retailers, high tech companies, OEMs, auto industry, etc. Affiliate members are not chemical manufacturers and typically provide one of the following services:

  • Raw materials
  • Logistics
  • Chemical distribution
  • Warehousing & storage
  • Equipment
  • Construction
  • Plastics products
  • Hazardous waste

Affiliate membership requires participation in an approved environment, health, safety, and security performance program such as Responsible Care® , Responsible Distribution, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, or LCA SAFE, among others.

Benefits

Affiliate membership provides access to networking opportunities, a forum for education and a venue to work collaboratively with ACC on mutual advocacy issues. Affiliate members enjoy the following benefits:

  • Networking opportunities at more than ACC’s 20 plus meetings and conferences
  • Market intelligence
  • Visibility
  • Use of ACC’s affiliate logo
  • ACC’s daily SmartBrief
  • Discounts to sponsor and exhibit at ACC events

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Affiliate Members

BDP International
Brenntag North America, Inc.
CLX Logistics, LLC
Continuus Energy, LLC
Inland Star Distribution Centers Inc.
Intercontinental Terminals Company, LLC
Magnetrol International, Inc.
Nexeo Solutions
NW Innovation Works

Odyssey Logistics & Technology Corporation
Philips
Southern Chemical Corporation
Third Coast Terminals
Transplace
Tricon
Univar Inc.
Vinmar International Ltd.
Waste Management, Inc.
WTS Inc.
Yokogawa Corporation of America

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