EMP currently participates in several Governmental and trucker associations and organizations throughout the United States. As a leader in thermal and oil management technologies, EMP is continuously searching for new industry specific associations to position itself to continue to be a leader in the diesel industry. Below is a list of some of the associations EMP actively participates in.

American Public Transportation Association

Speciality Equipment Market Association

SEMA is an international trade association, which today serves and embraces a diverse constituency representing the full spectrum of the specialty automotive equipment industry.

American Trucking Association

ATA is the driving force in effecting change, ensuring that the industry' interests are vigorously promoted and improving the business climate for trucking companies.

Technology & Maintenance Council

Society of Automotive Engineers

SAE has over 90,000 members of engineers, business executives, educators, and studentswho share information and exchange ideas for 3 advancing the engineering of mobility systems.

Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association

MEMA exclusively represents and serves manufacturers of motor vehicle components, tools and equipment, automotive chemicals and related products used in the production, repair, and maintenance of all classes of motor vehicles.

Heavy Duty Distribution Association

HDDA serves aftermarket distributors and manufacturers of parts and services for commercial vehicles in North America.

Performance Warehouse Association

PWA is an organization of specialty automotive parts wholesalers joined together and dealing with management, financial and legislative matters.

Association of the U.S. Army

AUSA provides numerous Professional Development Opportunities at a variety of events both local and national.

National Truck Equipment Association

Michigan Manufacturers Association

Business Leaders for Michigan

Solid Waste Association of North America