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Massachusetts Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MassMEP)

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MassMEP is a collaborative center comprised of government, business, and academic partners dedicated to helping Massachusetts manufacturers meet the challenges of competing in an ever-changing economy. MassMEP provides Massachusetts manufacturers with the resources they need to prepare for success in today’s advanced manufacturing environment. With real-world experience and expertise, MassMEP partners have the unique ability to help manufacturers identify, analyze, and overcome strategic, operational, and workforce challenges that may be blocking their path to growth and success.

The MEP Center offers a comprehensive set of resources, services, and support grouped into three core areas of expertise designed to help deliver positive, measurable, and sustainable growth to your company’s top and bottom lines: Operational Excellence, Workforce Strategies, and Innovative Growth Solutions. 

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Success Stories

Prefere Melamines Continues to Improve Critical Customer Relationship

Reported Year
2021
Prefere Melamines has days when everything goes great and days when they have issues. Their largest customer occasionally files a complaint, maybe once a year, because something is not right. In the past year Prefere Melamines had a contamination issue. One of the raw materials was contaminated and it affected their process significantly. They were

Nye Lubricants improving performance with Lean

Reported Year
2020
Nye Lubricants had worked with MassMEP, part of the MEP National Network™, for a brief period of time in 2006. In 2017 Bernadette Ferreira, Director of Operations, was tasked with getting Nye back on the lean pathway. From its past training, Nye knew that lean could make everyone’s job easier; the key to that success would be to educate and train

CPI Radant Technologies Enters New Market

Reported Year
2020
For years CPI Radant had been a military supplier of radomes protective covers for a radar or other antenna systems. Approximately five years ago a new commercial market for radomes opened up when commercial airlines moved from ground-based antennae at the bottom of the plane to linking to satellites, which provide continuous signal, from the top
Created March 18, 2019, Updated May 18, 2021