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The Evolution from System to Network

As manufacturers wrestle with increasing demands for advanced technology and integration of it within their facilities and across their supply chains, the

Big Impacts From ISO Certification

Greenville Colorants , located in Greenville, South Carolina, sets the standard in value-added processing and distribution of dyes and specialty chemicals to

Strategies for Export Growth

LiteCure designs and manufactures medical devices for medical and veterinary healthcare professionals. LiteCure’s technology has been driven by sound scientific

Acting Fast to Slow Machinist Turnover

Although the company had been steadily growing and adding employees, it continued to experience high turnover, especially among entry-level employees. A.R.E.

We Have Liftoff

This article originally appeared on Industry Week . Guest blog post by Michael Lobsinger, the Director of Business Growth Solutions and Manufacturing Extension

When Manufacturing Forces Collide

In physics, a collision is defined as an encounter between particles resulting in exchange or transformation of energy. Within the MEP National Network TM , we

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Manufacturing Innovation, the blog of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP), is a resource for manufacturers, industry experts and the public on key U.S. manufacturing topics. There are articles for those looking to dive into new strategies emerging in manufacturing as well as useful information on tools and opportunities for manufacturers.

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