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Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance

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As a public-private partnership, the Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance is a vital economic development organization chartered specifically to help existing industry. It includes a field staff of 15 extension agents and three applications engineers with offices in local communities throughout the state. Services reach all 77 counties and focus on improving the bottom line through concepts like Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing, while growing the entire company through the adoption of new technologies, workforce development, strategic planning and expanded markets. Oklahoma Manufacturing Alliance is the go-to source for assessing needs and finding solutions available through public and private resources. As part of the national Manufacturing Extension Partnership, the organization is able to leverage federal resources on a local level. We live and work in communities across Oklahoma, taking our support to your workplace on your schedule.

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Success Stories


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For decades, GEFCO operated a profitable assembly shop with a modest manufacturing facility. But to take advantage of a growing market, Site Manager Greg Haub hoped to ramp up the company’s manufacturing capabilities. Several obstacles stood in his way. One of the biggest problems was the company’s plant, which had been added onto seven times over

RISE Armament Expands With Advanced Technologies

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RISE Armament saw an enormous growth in the demand for its products. Company leaders were looking for help in putting advanced manufacturing processes in place and integrating new technologies, hoping to better meet the surge and prepare for future expansion. Looking for advice, President Matt Torres turned to Jenny Cothran, a manufacturing

Heavybilit Leverages New Technology to Expand

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Over the years, HMI grew into a well-respected and successful brand across the agricultural and energy industries. But company president Steve Cody always worried about the seasonal demands of his agriculture customers and the cyclical nature of the energy sector. To diversify his business, Cody wanted to explore other markets and build on his
Created March 18, 2019, Updated July 12, 2021