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Northwood VP To Serve on Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Board

4/4/2022 - Northwood University is pleased to announce its provost and academic vice president has joined the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center’s board of directors. “Given my prior work in U.S. manufacturing competitiveness and the quality arena, I am thrilled to work the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center in this capacity,” stated Kristin Stehouwer, provost and academic vice president for Northwood University. “The Center’s work helps small to mid-sized manufacturers compete effectively in the global economy.” Read the full article from mitechnews.com.

Baker College Hosts Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Seminar

3/25/2022 - Local manufacturers were able to test out some new technology at Cadillac Baker College thanks to the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center). The Center held a seminar at Baker College on the latest technology in the manufacturing industry. Manufacturers were able to see 3D printers, Co-Bots, or collaborative robots, as well as monitoring systems in action. Read the full article from 9and10news.com. 

New Database Connects Michigan Manufacturers With Suppliers, Producers

2/13/2022 - With supply chain pressures continuing to disrupt their industry, local manufacturers have been eager to try every avenue for sourcing products and processes. They now have a new tool at their disposal. Late last month, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC) announced the launch of a tool called CONNEX Michigan, which is managed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Manufacturing Extension Partnership program and rolled out by a combination of industry groups, economic development organizations and state leaders. Read the full article from mibiz.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Brings Supply Chain Support To Manufacturers

2/1/2022 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center  has announced it has become the sixth state to join CONNEX, designed to strengthen the local and domestic manufacturing supply chain in Industry 4.0. Michigan joins Missouri, Kansas, Florida, Oklahoma and Utah. In each state, the platform is managed by an MEP center to provide a coordinated approach to outreach and direction for users. Read the full article from mitechnews.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center offers free supply chain analysis, support

1/31/2022 - Officials at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center are offering a new program called Connex Michigan that offers sophisticated supply chain analysis and sales support to Michigan manufacturers. Connex Michigagn is an online manufacturer database and connectivity platform provided as a free resource for Michigan manufacturers. It’s designed to let manufacturers connect with each other, find local and domestic suppliers, explore production capabilities, and manage their supply chain. Read the full article from techcentury.com. 

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center Brings Supply Chain Support To Manufacturers

1/26/2022 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) announced the January 28, 2022 debut of CONNEX™ Michigan, a new program designed to strengthen the local and domestic manufacturing supply chain. CONNEX™ Michigan is a powerful online manufacturer database and connectivity platform provided as a no-cost resource for Michigan manufacturers. It’s designed to let manufacturers connect with each other, find local and domestic suppliers, explore production capabilities, and manage their supply chain. Read the full article from michiganbusinessnetwork.com. 

Speaker Pelosi Hosts Roundtable Meeting at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center

10/25/2021 - On Oct. 23, Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, visited Michigan to discuss the Build Back Better plan at a roundtable event at the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center. Pelosi was joined by Congresswomen Haley Stevens and Debbie Dingell, as well as area business leaders as part of a workforce discussion.

New program offers smaller manufacturers a way into ‘industry transformation’

8/25/2021 - Manufacturers with under 500 employees can now take advantage of a new program aimed at determining their readiness for technologies like robotics, 3D printing, and cloud computing, as well as preparing the manufacturing workforce to adopt them. Read the full article from www.flintbeat.com.

Education a focus at this year’s Advanced Manufacturing Expo

8/23/2021 - The Advanced Manufacturing Expo will feature more educational opportunities than in past years, one of the more noticeable differences to an event entering its sixth year. This year’s installment of the annual trade show, which features over 200 vendors while highlighting the latest innovations in the world of manufacturing, will be held at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids on Aug. 26-27. Read the full article on www.mibiz.com. 

Automation Alley’s Integr8 Industry 4.0 Conference Returns

8/11/2021 - Automation Alley’s signature Integr8 Industry 4.0 conference is returning to an in-person format Oct. 19 at the TCF Center in downtown Detroit. Integr8 is designed to bring together technology and manufacturing experts to elevate the conversation around the smart and connected manufacturing revolution known as Industry 4.0. It will feature 15 different breakout sessions focused on the people, processes, and technologies shaping its future. Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center also will return with a dedicated space aimed at helping manufacturers along their digital transformation journey. Read the full article from www.dbusiness.com.

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