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PSMA and China Power Supply Society Form Alliance

The Power Sources Manufacturers Association (PSMA) and the China Power Supply Society (CPSS) have entered into a Cross Membership Agreement intended to foster collaboration and information exchange between the two organizations. The collaboration, as outlined in the mutual Letters of Invitation, provides each organization the opportunity to participate in the other’s activities and committees. CPSS represents members from throughout the People’s Republic of China while PSMA brings the international perspective having members in the United States, Europe and Asia. As part of the alliance, reciprocal Affiliate Membership will be afforded to each organization.

According to Arnold Alderman, board chairperson for PSMA, "PSMA believes it is very important to work with CPSS to the benefit of our industry. Our two organizations represent the majority of the power supply industry. We hope this agreement will nurture a better understanding between our members. All members of CPSS and PSMA are urged to participate fully in the opportunities afforded by this important cross membership agreement."

According to Ji Youzhang, board chairperson for CPSS, "Our two organizations, CPSS and PSMA, are the most important in the power supply industry. This agreement will nurture a better understanding and cooperation between our members. It is very important to development the power supply industry. We hope CPSS and PSMA will have a successful cooperation in the future."

Founded in 1983, the China Power Supply Society (CPSS) is a national society registered with the Ministry of National Civil Administration, and the department responsible for the vocational work is the Chinese Science and Technology Association. The professional scope of CPSS involves various power supplies, UPS and power supply components. There are 17 local Power Supply Societies throughout the People’s Republic of China.

The Power Sources Manufacturers Association is an active organization consisting of power supply manufacturers, users, power component suppliers, academics and consultants interested in furthering the cause of the power supply industry. Started in 1984, it is a nonprofit, democratic and participative organization whose main and common goal is to enhance the stature of the power supply industry and provide education and information about this unique industry through published reports, educational seminars, technical workshops and conference exhibits.

For more information, visit www.psma.com.

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