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When we say, we desire a world in which automation keeps people safe and makes their lives easier, we mean it. We get involved with associations and committees. In this way we can directly contribute to the development of pioneering legal guidelines and provisions.
The National Association of Gate Manufacturers and Suppliers of the gate industry emerged in 1947 from the metal rolling door association. The BVT today serves approximately 170 mostly family-run, medium sized industrial companies. Beyond that, internationally active industrial groups with their German subsidiaries as well as members from the outside of Germany complement the profile of the association.
Leading German manufacturers of garage door drives, gate drives, associated radio transmission systems and the supply industry are members of BAS.T. The member companies guarantee their customers the highest level of safety, reliability and quality. The association is particularly committed to the development of synergies for the benefit of all members. This is achieved by the creation of cost advantages through joint business analysis, market research and framework agreements, and with the active protection of interests, authorities and related industries.
DASMA - Die Door & Access Systems Manufacturers Association (DASMA) is the biggest and most important association of its kind in the USA. With more than 100 members. DASMA´s members´ products cover more than 95% of the US market. Within DASMA, ASO Safety Solutions is very active in establishing and complying with safety standards to raise awareness of safety in the United States.
The International Door Association is an alliance of interest between the door and gate industry. IDA consists of regional and local subgroups. Its aim is to conserve and develop the good image of the door and gate industry in the USA.
PDA - Professional Door Association of New England - is an association, which is primarily committed to door and gate manufacturers, dealers and suppliers in the North-East of the US. Once a year a trade show is helt, which gives ASO Safety Solutions the opportunity to socialize with familiar and not yet fmiliar companies.
Die AFA - American Fence Association represents the fencing industry in the USA and is host of the annual FENCETECH. With its 31 local subsidiary chapters AFA covers most of the important areas in the US.
The Door & Hardware Federation represents the interests of manufacturers and installers of industrial, pedestrian and garage doors and gates as well as manufacturers of locks and building hardware. It provides professionals in all sectors of the building industry with a single source of technical expertise with the ultimate aim of assuring progress and maintaining standards throughout the industry.
The association PEPP was created to support small and medium sized companies regarding all matters of personnel and organizational development. PEPP continuously supports the development of executives and employees of the company. If requested, this holistic monitoring can include the phase of strategic planning and the selection and preparation of measures, measure implementation and evaluation.
SafetyPlaza is a unique alliance between 8 partners who, each in their specific fields, form part of the SafetyPlaza total concept. The aim of this concept is to offer business-targeted information about risk assessments and total solutions for the safety of human beings and machines.
NHI is a door and gate association in the Netherlands, founded in 2002. Its main goal is to achieve a higher level of quality and safety in the market.
The association Gütegemeinschaft Metallzauntechnik makes a valuable contribution with regard to the quality and safety of metal fences and offers consumers reliable support in the decision-making process with the RAL quality seal. As a manufacturer of safety sensor technology for gates which are integrated into fence systems, it is important for ASO to support this quality association and to provide our know-how if required.