Printing Industries of New England is your advocate in the region setting public policy on behalf of its members to protect the interests of the printing and graphic communications community in New England.  PINE uses its voice to raise awareness of key issues facing its members on the local, state, and federal level through comprehensive advocacy programming.

Our Government Relations and Advocacy Solutions provide members with information on key industry issues and the ability to connect with local, state and federal officials to make your views known.  Just recently, the power of having LOCAL government advocates representing you was made critically apparent by Printing Industries of New England-PINE’s efforts on ensuring that print was deemed ESSENTIAL and remain open for operations during the COVID-19 crisis. #printisessential

Understanding how complex laws and regulations may impact your firm can be arduous and daunting.  Our Government Relations and Advocacy Solutions addresses these concerns.  Experienced staff are protecting your ability to conduct business every day.  Whether it is in Washington DC, Boston, Augusta, Hartford, Montpelier, Concord or Providence, we advocate on your behalf, supporting public policies, legislation, and regulations that will help your business.

Complying in Government Regulations and “Cutting Red Tape”
(Owners, CFO’s HR Managers)

  • Health Care Reform, Sales tax and Tax Policy, Government Procurement, Postal Reform and Do Not Mail
  • Member-National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) Allied Associations Group – Issue updates, Action Alerts and Sign-on letters, Quarterly Economic Update Webcasts, NAM’s Key Vote program
  • Assistance in Understanding Government Regulations

COVID 19 Response

During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, PINE staff members mobilized in each member state fighting for Essential Worker Designation so that printing and graphic communications companies could continue the valuable work necessary to keep American citizens informed. One by one states moved to allow workers to return or remain on the job fulfilling their vital role.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to play havoc in our daily lives, you can count on PINE to keep abreast of the situation and help fight for the rights and benefits of the graphic communications industry.