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Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP)

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The Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) is a program of Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute and is a member of the National MEP network supported by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). The GaMEP has been serving Georgia manufacturers since 1960. The Center offers a solution based approach through coaching and education designed to increase top line growth and reduce bottom line cost. GAMEP has ten regions across the state of Georgia. Each region has a dedicated regional manager that specializes in project management and implementation, as well as resources to serve the manufacturing industry. They are ready to meet with you, at your convenience, to understand your needs, and recommend a customized solution that best fits your goals and objectives.

The GaMEP has established partnerships within the economic development, government, industry, and private sectors that have complementary missions. These relationships help ensure that all applicable state and private support services are easily accessed to help improve and grow your organization.

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Success Stories

Veteran-Owned Manufacturer Creates Playbook for Success

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PSG has been practicing the Hoshin Kanri model, a management process that aligns an organization’s functions and activities with its strategic objectives, every year since 2008. As the company grew, so did the need for continuous improvement, and Brandyn Chapman, President, knew he needed to bring in the experts. Enter Larry Alford, region manager

Southeast Georgia Manufacturer Prepares for Large Plant Expansion and Work Force Increase

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Fifty years ago when Robin was founded, A.L. Hartley bought two buildings and the land in which the facility would operate on. Over the course of the company’s history, they have added onto the facility six different times. By doing so, the operations lines have been piecemeal-ed together, limiting efficient flow and the ability to change their
Created March 18, 2019, Updated May 18, 2021