TSO Management Company

Clients

AAC

The Aluminum Anodizers Council (AAC) is an international trade association of firms engaged in aluminum anodizing. The Council’s mission is to support its members—and users of anodized aluminum—through education, advocacy, and promotion.


The Council serves as a forum for the exchange of knowledge and encourages the use of anodized aluminum, sponsoring various services and programs on behalf of its global membership. To achieve the Council’s goals, TSO assimilates and organizes industry expertise to conduct successful events and member services including:


AAC also conducts academic outreach and hosts a website used by students, designers, materials specifiers, architects, an
odizers, and others. A Web Forum is available to those interested in posting aluminum anodizing questions and answers.

For further details on how AAC can assist you,
visit www.anodizing.org

Aluminum Anodizers Council
1000 N. Rand Road, Suite 214
Wauconda, IL 60084 USA
847/526-2010
Fax 847/526-3993
mail@anodizing.org

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The Aluminum Extruders Council (AEC), established in 1950, is an international association dedicated to helping manufacturers, engineers, architects, and others to discover why aluminum extrusion is the “better material process for materially better products." Specialized conferences, workshops, and symposia throughout the year enable members to meet for common cause. The Council’s member companies represent primary aluminum producers and other industry suppliers in addition to aluminum extruders operating some 500 extrusion presses in more than 200 plants worldwide; these are the world’s leading manufacturers of extruded aluminum profiles—The Shapemakers.


Best practices in the industry include an emphasis on safety and related functions. As an advocate representing the aluminum extrusion industry, AEC also provides expertise in outreach to institutions of higher learning and advocacy to appropriate governmental agencies. Educating members, analyzing data, promoting benefits, and disseminating information are just a few means employed by TSO to help AEC members succeed in a competitive manufacturing environment while addressing the Council’s three main goals:

For a more detailed look at what AEC has to offer,
visit www.aec.org

Aluminum Extruders Council
1000 N. Rand Road, Suite 214
 Wauconda, IL 60084 USA
847567-2010
Fax 847/526-3993
mail@aec.org 

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The Commercial Law League of America (CLLA), founded in 1895, established its mission to be the pre-eminent source of professional services, to promote the highest standards of professionalism, and to foster economic opportunities for its members in service to the credit industry.

TSO provides a specialized management role to assist CLLA with their objectives to:

 

For more information on the organization and what it has to offer,
visit www.clla.org

Commercial Law League of America
150 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 600
Chicago, IL 60601 USA
312/781-2000; fax 312/781-2010
clla@clla.org

 

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ETF

The Extrusion Technology for Aluminum Profiles Foundation (ET Foundation) has been established as a nonprofit organization for charitable, scientific, and educational purposes to develop, promote, provide, and fund education and research related to aluminum extrusion processes and technologies.


The ET Foundation, in pursuit of educational and technical advances in aluminum extrusion, educates students, product designers, specifiers, as well as those engaged in aluminum extrusion, by sponsoring programs, research, and education. Among the major events and services that TSO manages and conducts to achieve these goals are:

 

 

For further details about the many services provided by the ET Foundation,
please visit www.etfoundation.org

ET Foundation
1000 N. Rand Road, Suite 214
Wauconda, IL 60084 USA
847/526-2010
Fax 847/526-3993
mail@etfoundation.org

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IMA

The International Magnesium Association (IMA), founded in 1943, is an international trade organization representing the producers, processors, fabricators, and marketers of magnesium, along with suppliers to the industry. IMA’s membership spans more than 30 countries on five continents.

TSO provides management and coordination of efforts in support of IMA’s mission to promote the use of magnesium in material selection and encourage innovative applications of the versatile metal. Manufacturers and consumers are increasingly aware of the numerous options and benefits offered by metal magnesium as a result of IMA’s activities, which include:

For more information on IMA and the services it provides,
visit www.intlmag.org

International Magnesium Association
1000 N. Rand Road, Suite 214
Wauconda, IL 60084
847/526-2010; fax 847/526-3993
info@intlmag.org
 

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The Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Chicago Chapter is a professional organization designed to provide programs and activities that support professional development and networking within the PR community. In support of PRSA Chicago’s goals to advance the profession of public relations, promote high professional and ethical standards, and build the reputation of the profession in the Chicago area, TSO organizes events and manages efforts including:

For more details about the Chicago Chapter’s resources and calendar of events, visit www.prsachicago.com.

Public Relations Society of America, Chicago Chapter
1000 N. Rand Road, Suite 214
Wauconda, IL 60084
847/526-2010; fax 847/526-3993
mail@prsachicago.com

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