NH Bragg is a proud member of several industry and professional associations - both regionally and nationally. These affiliations give us access to a diverse network of industry experts and help us keep prices as low as possible, while maintaining local control and ownership.
AD is a dynamic community of independent distributors and manufacturers of construction and industrial products. AD is made up of 570+ independently owned members, with 3,605 locations, span seven industries and three countries with collective annual sales in excess of $37 Billion. AD distributors are local market leaders with deep roots in their local communities, great people and strong customer relationships.
AD provides leading independent distributors and manufacturers with support and resources that accelerate growth. AD helps quality independents, of all sizes, better compete with national chains. AD helps quality manufacturers build their brands, introduce new products and reduce their reliance on national chains. AD helps independent distributors outperform national / international chains.
supplyFORCE delivers MRO solutions through our network of local and regional distributors that is comprised of 200+ members with more than 2,500 branch locations, ensuring that each plant gets the service they need.
Thanks to our partnership with supplyFORCE, we are able to offer national account and integrated supply contracts to customers looking to lower inventory and reduce transactional costs, while also providing partnership agreements with national accounts across multiple locations.
The Industrial Supply Association is the leading trade association for the maintenance, repair, operations and production (MROP) supply channel. ISA is the premier source of education, networking, information and relationships that drives success for members and their customers in the Industrial MROP marketplace. ISA's mission is to help all members increase sales, decrease expenses, and increase profitability.
The nation's leading safety advocate for more than 100 years, the National Safety Council is a nonprofit membership organization with the mission to save lives by preventing injuries and deaths at work, in homes and communities, and on the road through leadership, research, education and advocacy. Working to make the world measurably safer, NSC advances this mission by engaging businesses, government agencies, elected officials and the public to help prevent the fifth leading cause of death in the U.S. - unintentional injuries.
The National Safety Council of Northern New England is a membership-based, 501-C3 non-profit organization made up of businesses and organizations throughout Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont and parts of Massachusetts. The Council's five primary focus areas include Workplace Safety, Distracted Driving, Teen Driving, Prescription Drug Abuse, and Safe Communities America.
STAFDA is an international educational association comprised of distributors, manufacturers, rep agents, and affiliates (trade press) serving the construction/industrial market with more than 2,500 members from across the globe.
The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) is the world's largest HR professional society, representing 285,000 members in more than 165 countries. For nearly seven decades, the Society has been the leading provider of resources serving the needs of HR professionals and advancing the practice of human resource management.SHRM has more than 575 affiliated chapters within the United States and subsidiary international offices.
The Maine Development Foundation (MDF) is a private, non-partisan membership organization that drives sustainable, long-term economic growth for the State of Maine. MDF's strategic focus is a productive workforce, believing that a productive worker is one that is educated, healthy, innovative, and engaged in their community and the economy.
The Maine Economic Research Institute (MERI) is a nonpartisan, independent, not-for-profit organization formed to conduct research, analysis, and reporting on economic issues. MERI's methodology, a tested model operating in 23 states across the country, is rooted in the basic business concepts of accountability and performance review. A particular focus for MERI is how state policies affect Maine's economy.
Since 1995, the Professional Logging Contractors of Maine (PLC) has been the voice of Maine's Logging industry. The PLC is Maine's only trade organization which exists to give independent logging contractors and sole proprietors a voice in the rapidly changing forest industry, with a board made up entirely of professional loggers.
The Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce represents more than 800 members in 21 communities in eastern Maine. Its mission is to promote and advance a vital, healthy business environment. Their program of work includes business development, as well as advocacy efforts and community betterment programs. We provide direct programs to our members including trade shows, seminars, networking opportunities and leadership development.
Action Committee of 50 is a Bangor-based economic development group comprised of businesses and civic leaders with a 40 year history of promoting business development.
The Manufacturers Association of Maine (MAMe) is a non-profit organziation comprised of companies and educational outreach across Maine. Membership provides access to education and workforce training, business growth services, cluster initiatives, legislative advocacy, scholarship programs, networking opportunities and industry partnerships. More than 1,800 Maine manufacturing businesses employ more than 50,000 Maine residents.
The Northeastern Workforce Development Board is a local organization dedicated to bringing together employers and employees in Aroostook, Hancock, Penobscot, Piscataquis, and Washington counties to promote a healthy economy in the region. The board seeks to provide citizens with access to training, educational opportunities, and the necessary support to obtain sustainable employment that leads to a livable wage and provide employers with a skilled workforce.
The Fine Woodworking & Cabinetry Advisory Board is a collection of woodworking companies across the state representing over 1,200 jobs in Maine. Company leaders regularly meet to review student(s) status and support the program by providing up to date industry opinion and advice curriculum and employer needs.