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Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) at Georgia Tech

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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

Longtime Partnership Leads to Impactful Results for Manufacturer

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Groov-Pin’s goal is to continuously improve its processes to produce immediate results and prevent future problems. To help achieve this goal, the company has been a long-time member of the Georgia Manufacturing Extension Partnership (GaMEP) at Georgia Tech’s Advanced Manufacturing Consortium. The Consortium is a member-based peer-to-peer learning

The Ripple Effect of Improved Communications

Reported Year
CS Kennesaw was expanding distribution activities with products serviced out of other CS locations, which was projected to triple its workload in the coming years. Simultaneously, CS Fort Valley was in the process of launching new products manufactured in Georgia. In the midst of these changes, the client was looking to build a stable workforce and

Metal Fabrication Company Designs to Get Ahead

Reported Year
After doing work for nearby Robins Air Force Base, Eric Williams, the CEO of Unified Defense, found that he needed to expand his company’s product line to keep the business afloat and his employees working between military contracts. The company began to manufacture metal trusses, supplying them to commercial businesses. As that line took off
Created March 18, 2019, Updated February 16, 2024