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Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC)

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The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center is an organization dedicated to supporting Michigan manufacturers to work smarter, to compete and to prosper. Success doesn’t just happen. It takes driven, dedicated, experienced, full-time professionals working together to keep Michigan manufacturing strong, viable and profitable. Staff knowledge is the key to success in any endeavor, and the manufacturing industry is no exception. Our practical, comprehensive and affordable consulting services and classes help our clients train and develop their employees and management.

The Center offers personalized consulting services that meet the needs of clients in virtually every aspect of their businesses. We develop more effective business leaders, drive product and process innovation, assist with navigating through governmental regulations, promote company-wide operational excellence and foster creative strategies for business growth and greater profitability. We work tirelessly on behalf of Michigan manufacturers, finding the right solutions for every situation, every time.

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Success Stories

RPB SAFETY: Supporting Healthcare Heroes With Help From The Center

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RPB was preparing for a modest but solid year of growth in 2020 with plans to enter the health field in 2021. However, when COVID-19 began to spread rapidly throughout the nation, RPB’s focus shifted to supporting healthcare workers on the pandemic's frontlines. As RPB began developing and producing new respiratory equipment for the health field

DYNA PRODUCTS: Striving for Company-Wide Excellence With Lean

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Following a recent move to a new facility, Dyna Products was experiencing typical business growing pains. As sales continued to increase, they worked through the strain of hiring and training new employees. Additionally, production did not flow smoothly, and they had high levels of rework. Several fabrications and processes were subcontracted to
Created March 18, 2019, Updated July 12, 2021