About KCMA

We don’t manufacture cabinets. We administer programs to help make them better.

Mission and Vision

The Kitchen Cabinet Manufacturers Association (KCMA) is a non-profit organization founded in 1955 to represent companies who manufacture kitchen, bath, or other residential cabinets, and key industry suppliers.

With a membership now more than 300 strong throughout North America, KMCA works to advance the industry through advocacy, setting standards, sponsoring research, and providing management tools and educational programs.

Who We Are

The only industry-specific source establishing benchmarks that identify opportunities for your continued success. KCMA offers the industry’s primary quality certification programs, the nationally-recognized ANSI/KCMA A161.1 program, and the Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP).

A key advocate for cabinet manufacturers. KCMA represents all members of cabinet manufacturing industry to legislators and regulating bodies by evaluating the impact of various public policy issues on your business.

A partner for other associations and public interest groups who seek to advance the concerns of the industry, like The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), The Composite Panel Association (CPA), The American Chemistry Council (ACC), The American Wood Council (AWC), The American Forest & Paper Association (AF&PA), American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) and more.

A source of regular reports focused on cabinet manufacturing and the sponsors  of primary research for the industry.

A peer-based educational community. Members have exclusive access to learning opportunities specific to cabinet manufacturing. KCMA’s Management Conferences and Annual Convention provide valuable networking and educational opportunities through social events, speaker presentations, exhibitions and plant tours, giving members access to the business operations of their peers.

Our Vision

  • Advocacy:  Promote business growth by representing members’ interests through policy decision-making in legislative and regulatory processes

  • Quality:  Bringing together members and other key stakeholders to enhance the development and adoption of standards

  • Leadership:  Provide members opportunities to create meaningful relationships by providing management tools and educational opportunities for business and relationship development.

KCMA Leadership

KCMA leadership is made up the Officers, Board of Directors, Committee Members, and KCMA Staff.