CPMA

AcronymDefinition
CPMACanadian Produce Marketing Association
CPMAChallenge Promode Arena (Quake 3 modification)
CPMACalifornia Podiatric Medical Association
CPMACertified Project Management Analyst
CPMAColor Pigments Manufacturers Association, Inc. (Alexandria, VA)
CPMACross Product Master Agreement
CPMAConcrete Pump Manufacturers Association
CPMACanadian Pari-Mutuel Association (Canada)
CPMACo-operative Personal Management Association
CPMAConsumer Product Manufacturers Association
CPMAComputer Peripheral Manufacturers Association
CPMACerebral Palsy of Massachusetts (Quincy, MA)
CPMAClason Point Military Academy (Bronx, New York)
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CPMA has taken the lead in the dialogue with EPA and stakeholders in working with the agency to provide information on the manufacture of color pigments, toxicological properties and uses in commerce.
More importantly, visitors can readily find what they are looking for on the site that is targeted to meet the needs of CPMA members, industry stakeholders and the public.
Pigment Red 4, do not require risk management action, which is a victory for the CPMA and the color pigments industry, according to the associations.
According to the company, CPMA is a polymer based drug delivery platform for the targeted delivery of anti-cancer compounds directly to cancer cells.
His role at the CPMA will include supervision of markets and the regulation of firms' conduct.
Help is available, from the PTI sponsoring associations, PMA, United Fresh Produce Association and CPMA. For milestone-by-milestone tools and other resources, visit the PTI Web site at www.producetraceability.org.
In the last three years, CPMA and PMA have focused substantial resources developing our joint Implementation Guide to Fresh Produce Traceability, said CPMA president Danny Dempster.
The CPMA originated as a regulatory arm of the American Concrete Pumping Association (ACPA), but broke off and incorporated as a separate entity in 1999.
The CPMA "believes the best possible health outcomes for patients should be the first priority, this is certainly not evident in this report." The Romanow report emphasizes cost containment and undervalues research.
Last year the Consumer Products Manufacturers Association (CPMA), a consortium of packaged goods suppliers and retailers, debuted a new sensor technology that can process radio frequency, acoustomagnetic and electromagnetic signals.
Through other projects, the UCC is also involved with the Consumer Products Manufacturers Association (CPMA) in the work at the MIT AutoID Center on the conceptual development of product auto (self) identifying methods (see AN Vol 6 No 1).