Become a Member
The criteria for membership in the Huron Manufacturing Association is set out in the by-laws of the organization. Membership falls into two categories – Full Members and Associate Members.
All manufacturers operating in Huron County are eligible for Full Membership in the Huron Manufacturing Association. Any member who pays the annual membership fee will be entitled to a vote at general meetings. Fee for full membership: $150.00, no HST.
Businesses, organizations, and individuals that provide services to manufacturing can become Associate Members. Associate Members can attend general meetings and will receive other benefits of membership such as being included in the Manufacturing Directory, but they do not have voting privileges. Fee for associate membership: $150.00, no HST.
Individuals or groups contemplating launching a manufacturing operation in Huron are welcome to become involved by contacting the Huron Manufacturing Association at 373 Turnberry Street, PO Box 494 Brussels, Ontario N0G 1X0 : 226-889-8256; Fax: 226-889-2215; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Manufacturing Sector comprises of establishments primarily engaged in the physical or chemical transformation of materials or substances into new products. These products may be finished, in the sense that they are ready to be used or consumed, or semi-finished, in the sense of becoming a raw material for an establishment to use in further manufacturing. Related activities, such as the assembly of the component parts of manufactured goods; the blending of materials; and the finishing of manufactured products by dying, heat-treating, plating and similar operations are also treated as manufacturing activities. Manufacturing establishments are known by a variety of trade designations, such as plants, factories or mills.
Manufacturing establishments may own the materials which they transform or they may transform materials owned by other establishments.
Manufacturing may take place in factories or in workers’ homes, using either machinery or hand tools.
Certain activities involving the transformation of goods are classified in other sectors. Some examples are post-harvest activities of agricultural establishments, such as crop drying; logging; the beneficiating of mineral ores; the production of structures by construction establishments; and various activities conducted by retailers, such as meat cutting and the assembly of products such as bicycles and computers.
Please feel free to use our online membership form, after you fill out the required fields an invoice will be received. When payment is made you will become a valued member of the HMA. Your profile, along with logo and product information will be posted in our directory.