The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association, headquartered in Reston, VA, is the principal trade association in the United States for manufacturers of kitchen cabinets, bath vanities, decorative laminate products and suppliers to the industry.
The KCMA is a voluntary non-profit association originally founded in 1955 with the goal of promoting growth for the entire cabinet industry and strengthening individual members. The KCMA continues to serve its over 400 members by: promoting the industry, developing standards, sponsoring research, representing member interests, and providing management tools and educational programs.
Since its inception, KCMA has been committed to excellence in manufacturing through continued quality, advocacy, and leadership. Building on over 40 years of developing and maintaining the industry’s quality performance standard program, the KCMA has now developed its Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP).
For more information on KCMA, visit its Web site at www.KCMA.org.
KCMA encourages the continued and expanded use of forest products, while remaining committed to promoting conservation and the intelligent use of natural resources. KCMA fully supports responsible forest management practices that promote sustainability and result in long-term economic and environmental benefits. To view KCMA’s complete Statement of Beliefs, please click here. KCMA’s Environmental Stewardship Program confirms and expands upon these long-held beliefs.
Since its inception, KCMA has represented the interests and goals of cabinet manufacturers and suppliers. It has always been committed to excellence in manufacturing through continued quality, advocacy, and leadership. Consequently, in 1965, KCMA developed the performance standard and testing program for cabinets, ANSI/KCMA A161.1. Building on this experience and KCMA’s long held belief in forest conservation; KCMA has now developed the Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP).