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New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NHMEP)

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The New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NH MEP) is able to leverage a vast array of public and private resources and services that are available to every manufacturing enterprise in the state. The nationwide network of MEP Centers is linked through the U.S. Department of Commerce - National Institute of Standards and Technology's Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NIST MEP), with the common goal to strengthen the global competitiveness of U.S. manufacturers.

The challenge for manufacturers today is satisfying escalating customer expectations in an increasingly volatile and competitive global market while also maintaining satisfactory profit margins. With technological change happening so rapidly many small and medium-sized manufacturers (SMMs) find it difficult to keep pace with the demands for new technologies that will enable them to remain profitably competitive. NH MEP provides affordable, innovative solutions to the problems encountered by today's manufacturing enterprise by facilitating interaction between industry, government and academia.

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Success Stories

Lean Training and Implementation Leads to Much Better Outcomes for Harvey Building Products

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“One of the measurables of our KPI’s is called units per person, or UPP,” said Harvey Building Products' Continuous Improvement Manager Matt Bouvier. “We were shooting for a KPI of 13, but the UPP was around 8-1/2 to 9. So we weren’t making the money as we hoped. We knew there was a lot of meat on the bone to go after, and looking at the line

Baron Machine Company Sees Writing On The Wall To Be CMMC Cybersecurity Compliant

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“A lot of our customers in the defense industry have made CMMC cybersecurity compliance a requirement,” said Jeremy Baron, President of Baron Machine Company. “I saw the writing on the wall and decided to make sure we were in the proper place when CMMC becomes enforced.” But now came the daunting task of finding an organization who could get them

CMMC Compliance Was Key for Micro-Precision Technologies, Inc.

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“Part of our market is the military market. More and more they are requiring CMMC compliance or at least demonstrating a path to CMMC compliance,” said Adrian Pyke, CEO of Micro-Precision Technologies. “It started to show up as requirements on some purchase orders and on specification they gave us. So we did it in response to their requirements or
Created March 18, 2019, Updated July 18, 2024