The U.S. Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA), established in 1915 as the Rubber Club of America, is a national trade and advocacy group of U.S. rubber tire manufacturers. The Rubber Manufacturers Association formed the Tire Industry Safety Council trade association in the United States in May 1969, which is based in Washington, D.C.
RMA represents its members before federal, state and local government entities; develops safety standards for passenger, light truck and commercial truck tires; advocates for environmentally and economically sound scrap tire management policies aggregates data pertaining to U.S. tire shipments; and, educates consumers about proper tire care, among other activities.— RMA - About Us
In 2015, government relations expert Anne Forristall Luke was nominated President and CEO of the RMA.
Members of the Rubber Manufacturers Association include:
The British Rubber Manufacturers' Association is another trade group that "represents the rubber manufacturing industry in the United Kingdom." It is based in London, England.