Non-Ferrous Founders' Society General Information
Non-ferrous foundries have several choices in dealing with day-to-day problems and concerns. They can ignore them and hope they’ll go away. They can try to handle the problems by themselves. Or they can join an industry trade association to get the help they need.
The Non-Ferrous Founders’ Society was created in 1943 for the expressed purpose of helping non-ferrous foundries deal with their problems with the government. Back then, it was with an agency called the War Resource Allocation Board. Since then, the names of the government agencies creating problems for foundries may have changed, but the Society’s mission hasn’t. The biggest difference is that NFFS has become more effective and efficient in fulfilling that mission.
Established in 1943, the Non-Ferrous Founders’ Society (NFFS) is the principal North American Trade association representing aluminum, brass, and bronze foundries and ingot manufacturers.
Committees and Leadership
A directory of the Society's standing committees and leadership.
The NFFS staff has over 54 years of experience in delivering value and service to member foundries.
A message from the president of the NFFS
The by-laws of the association.
Search of Individuals employed by a NFFS Member organization.
Search for NFFS member organizations.