Membership Benefits

NAPIM Member Companies Will Be Able To:

  • Access to member benefits for all employees.
  • Address issues that affect the ink industry across the board.
  • Participate in establishing industry-wide testing procedures.
  • Interact with key organizations such as ISO, CGATS, and ASTM.
  • Collaborate with others in the industry.
  • Participate in technical committees, task forces, and event planning committees.
  • Influence and provide input to the development of environmental industry standards.
  • Use of NAPIM’s logo on your website and your advertising materials.
  • Be part of the Annual Environmental Summit with the National Environmental Health & Safety (NEHS).
  • Participate in an open forum for professional networking to advance common interests.


NAPIM Member Companies Will Receive:

  • Support services are available five days a week.
  • Help with technical, EHS, and business issues.
  • Onsite safety/regulatory audits are available for a nominal charge.
  • Access to the members-only area of the NAPIM website.
  • Member discounts rates for all NAPIM events and materials.
  • All NAPIM Bulletins.
  • Education and training through the well-established Summer Course on Printing Ink Technology.
  • A listing on the NAPIM website with a link to your company website.
  • A listing under the “Find an Ink Supplier.”
  • Free registration for the Bio-derived Renewable Material Content (BRC) program.


NAPIM will:

  • Act as a watchdog for correcting inaccurate printing ink information on the internet
  • Act as a liaison with European associations, such as EUPia.
  • Keep abreast of technological advancements through the National Printing Ink Research Institute (NPIRI).
  • Direct reports from liaisons with other related trade associations such as IDEAlliance, PIA-GATF, GAA, FTA, SGAI, and NAPL.
  • Keep up to date with changing environmental, health, and safety regulations.
  • Provide legal contacts in Washington DC who work for the benefit of the ink industry on key governmental issues.
  • Ensure that your concerns are represented in communications with the government’s environmental agencies.
  • Assist your customers with following sustainable practices through the SGP program.