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The Maryland Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MD MEP) is a non-profit organization funded by industry and the State of Maryland that is focused on growing and strengthening Maryland manufacturers. Serving mostly small- and mid-size manufacturers (500 employees or less) across all industries, MD MEP provides an array of programs and services to help these local companies operate more efficiently, grow profitability and create more jobs and opportunities in Maryland.

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Success Stories

Increased Capacity and Production through Lean Six Sigma Training

Reported Year
2022
Clene approached Maryland MEP, part of the MEP National Network™, for assistance in helping to improve processes, increase production and obtain a more standardized approach to production enabling the organization to scale effectively and efficiently.

Cybersecurity Compliance - Strengthening the DOD Supply Chain

Reported Year
2021
As a DOD contractor, IR Tools is required to comply with the DFARS clause and NIST 800-171 cybersecurity requirements. As a manufacturer and supplier, IR had invested in protecting their data and systems, however they had not completed the process of the required certifications and compliance issues for the DOD. To ensure compliance, the company

Technology Driven Market Intelligence - A Pathway To New Markets

Reported Year
2021
With the MettleWood product in the final stages of laboratory testing, Inventwood sought the assistance of MD MEP, part of the MEP National Network™, to help define market opportunities, identify commercial applications and assist in the process of quantifying these opportunities for further development.
Created March 18, 2019, Updated January 26, 2022