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Oregon Manufacturing Extension Partnership

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OMEP works side by side with Oregon manufacturers to help build successful businesses. We draw on our team’s significant depth and breadth of real-world manufacturing experience, bringing a thoughtful problem-solving approach to eliminating obstacles companies face. With our roots in lean as a business operating philosophy, we leverage these methodologies to provide solutions in Manufacturing Operations, Business Financials & Strategy and Organizational Development to be Oregon manufacturer’s source for growth and prosperity.

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Success Stories

Aerospace and Defense Manufacturer Realizes $450,000 In New Sales Due to Increased Capacity

Reported Year
GrovTec reached out to OMEP, part of the MEP National Network™, to for guidance and support improving their throughput and increasing capacity as well as with embracing digital and advanced technology. When GrovTec reached out to OMEP, their quality control (QC) department was a constraint, since multiple departments fed work to the QC team. An

Outdoor apparel manufacturer launches 2 new products

Reported Year
CNOC sought assistance from OMEP, part of the MEP National Network™, to create the processes and systems needed to effectively assemble the poles. He desired to create a strategic plan to grow the overall organization as they continue to expand product lines.

Oregon Door Manufacturer Improved Productivity and Efficiency

Reported Year
Oregon Door's management team has a long tradition of focusing on process improvement. They sought out OMEP, part of the MEP National Network™, to continue their lean training with a special focus on materials management and the flow of doors through the plant.
Created March 18, 2019, Updated July 12, 2021