Those business entities engaged in surface finishing, in the manufacture, sale and/or distribution or development of equipment, materials or processes used in surface finishing. Supplier dues are based on annual sales revenue.
CASF Corporate Member benefits and privileges extend to all employees of a member organization
All CASF dues stay within Canada to promote our businesses and our industry
Member access to interactive and informative CASF website and associated online benefits
Educational events and courses such as CASF sponsored Lunch & Learns (held Canada-wide), scholarships, CEF, Bright Design Challenge, etc.
Networking opportunities through industry events and educational forums
Enhanced & Interative Online Membership Directory and Map
Environmental and Regulatory discussions and Forums organized by CASF
Biennial CASF Conference
Advocacy and regulatory support and improved government relations by our CASF Government Liaison
News, regulatory, and industry updates on the Surface Finishing Industry
Partnership with other industry associations and associated benefits
Access to educational tools and services (Introduction to Electroplating Course)
Social media feeds such as LinkedIn
Experienced volunteer Board of Directors meets quarterly with a goal to provide member value and membership growth
CASF is Canada’s only industry association responsible for the promotion, growth, and advocacy of the surface finishing industry
Job Shop/Captive Shop
Open to job and captive shop companies whose primary business consists of one of the various chemical and physical processes which change the surface of a product to enhance its appearance (decorative), increase its corrosion resistance or produce surface characteristics essential for subsequent operations (functional) and are associated with the Surface Finishing Industry.
Professional Services Provider
Any person or business entity that provides professional services to the surface industry or surface finishing suppliers and job/captive shops. These include business representatives and consultants in areas such as environmental services, legal services, manufacturing and business consultants.
Any person involved in the surface finishing industry that does not belong to any Supplier, Job/Captive shop, or Educational category.
EDUCATIONAL / INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERS
Any person enrolled in or an employee of an educational or higher learning institutions and not-for-profit organizations. One membership covers all faculty, administrators, educators, etc. within an institution. Students qualify for a discounted individual membership within this membership category.
Corporate Member – Suppliers
Tier I – Sales $10M > – $1,500/year
Tier II – Sales $1M > $10M – $1,000/year
Tier III – Sales $0 > $1M – $750/year
Corporate Member – Job & Captive Shops
Tier IV – (10 or more employees) & Current Job/Captive Shop – $375/year
Tier V – (9 or less employees) – $250/year
Corporate Member – Professional Services Provider
Tier VI – $250/year
Tier VII – $125/year
Educational / Institutional Member
Tier VIII – (Educational/Institutional Provider) – Dues $250
Tier IX – (Students) – Dues $25