WMIA's long-time legal counsel, Neil Kuenn of Keeley, Kuenn & Reid, will be retiring by late spring of 2020. At their fall meeting, the Association's Board of Directors voted unanimously to induct Kuenn into WMIA's Hall of Honor, reserved for those individuals who have made outstanding contributions to the Association and/or have had a profound effect on the woodworking machinery industry.
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If you have a strong mechanical aptitude and are intuitive and hands-on, you may wish to consider a career as a field service technician in the woodworking industry. Learn more about this career option, and peruse job listings from WMIA member companies!
The mission of the Woodworking Machinery Industry Association (WMIA) is to establish a platform for its members to network and present the best global technology, services, and information to the North American marketplace.
If you are a woodworking machine importer, distributor or a company that services the woodworking industry join WMIA to become more involved through advocacy, education and the largest Industry Expo in North America.