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MBMA Adds CIDAN Machinery As Associate Member

Cleveland, OH - The Metal Building Manufacturers Association (MBMA) announces CIDAN Machinery as its newest Associate member. The global company provides sheet metal machinery for architectural metal and roofing, industrial fabrication and other manufacturing purposes. Founded in 1907 in Sweden, CIDAN opened its North American operations in 2007 in Peachtree City, Georgia.

“Our members are more important than ever and are at the core of what we do, providing leadership, education and safety guidance for the entire metal building systems industry,” said MBMA General Manager Tony Bouquot. “We are very pleased to add CIDAN Machinery to our ranks. Through top-of-the-line sheet metal tools, innovative software solutions and expert service, CIDAN has been an industry asset for more than 110 years.”

The MBMA serves as the voice of the metal building systems industry, providing leadership, research and education to increase the prominence and usage of metal building systems. MBMA membership consists of three categories: Building Systems members, made up of metal building systems manufacturers; Associate members, which includes metal building systems suppliers; and A/E members, which are architecture and engineering firms and related service providers. Associate members help shape MBMA’s direction and activities through such affiliations as the Associate Member Advisory Council as well as volunteering on MBMA’s committees.

MBMA Chair Steve Browning added, “During these challenging times we are here to support the industry and our members. In addition to the current health and safety issues, companies today are faced with ever-changing codes, standards and industry advancements. We look out for their interests and help them grow by providing guidance on current best practices and well-researched intel on future trends and market shifts.”

About The Metal Building Manufacturers Association

mbma-logoFounded in 1956, MBMA serves manufacturers and suppliers as it works to promote the metal building systems industry. Its membership supplies high-quality buildings for use in commercial, retail, office, industrial, institutional and other end-uses. The association provides a wealth of information on its website for anyone who works with or is interested in metal building systems. It includes technical materials and design guides. For more information, visit

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