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What does it cost to be an ISTA member?

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! ISTA Membership dues are nominal in relation to the value added to a company or individual. Dues are issued annually and are based on the membership type and classification. ( Click here to review the different member types and classifications offered).

Companies without a testing laboratory:
Shipper - Primary Location: $600
Shipper - Additional Location: $100
Supplier - Primary Location: $600
Carrier - Primary Location: $600

Companies with a testing laboratory– dues based on procedure and project capability, regardless of classification:
1-Series, and/or 2D and 2E only; or 7D only: $800

1- and 2-Series (any combination):$850

1-, 2-, 3-, 4-, 6-Series (any combination): $900

Individual member: $150
Associate member: $100
Student member: $10 (member university) / $30 (non-member university)

Dues for Primary Locations are pro-rated the first year based on the join date.

Source: ISTA Staff


Jun 30, 2011 - 07:40 AM

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