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The Center Gets $1.07M Grant for Cybersecurity Protections

8/12/2019 - The U.S. Department of Commerce awarded this week a $1.07 million grant to Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center in Plymouth Township to help defense contractors develop cybersecurity protections in the supply chain. Read the full article from crainsdetroit.com.

Small Groups Can Cause Big Change

8/12/2019 - Small groups can be a big way to help any size company grow. A duo from Britten showed ways that Continuous Improvement (CI) teams can change companies from within at the three-day Michigan Lean Consortium annual conference, which concluded Friday in Traverse City. Read the full article from www.record-eagle.com.

Facing the Talent Shortage Head-On With Apprenticeships

8/11/2019 - Having skilled, competent employees is key to any organization's success. This is no longer easy for manufacturers to come by, however, as a massive talent shortage has emerged in the industry in recent years, leaving many jobs unfilled and tasks undone. It is expected that this talent gap will result in millions of positions remaining vacant in the years to come, a number that will only continue to grow if nothing is done to counteract this trend. Read the full article from crainsdetroit.com.

It Was a Rockin’ Day at The Center

8/2/2019 - At the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center in Plymouth, one Friday each month is designated as sports jersey day, as staff proudly display the colors and logo of their favorite team. This month some team members changed it up, opting for favorite rock band/concert t-shirt instead. See the photo from www.corpmagazine.com!


7/18/2019 - If you’re part of the Department of Defense (DoD) supply chain, you may have heard about the requirements for Covered Defense Information (CDI). In short, manufacturers or any other entities with DoD contracts must comply with cybersecurity stipulations that dictate how they handle certain types of content — i.e., CDI. Read the full article from www.industrytoday.com. 

How tech is changing Michigan’s manufacturing future

7/12/2019 - A majority of Americans see manufacturing as vital to the country's economy, but much fewer are confident about its future. That's according to a new survey from the Brookings Institute. Mike Coast, President of the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center, is on the forefront of this change in our state. Listen to the full conversation on www.michiganradio.org. 

The 5 Most Common Cybersecurity Threats to Manufacturers

7/3/2019 - Manufacturers are increasingly under threat from cyberattacks. This is a real concern not just because of the typical business vulnerabilities (e.g., stolen intellectual property, ransomware) but because in today’s increasingly connected world, a successful infiltration from a cybercriminal could shut down a plant's operations or start making equipment produce faulty products without the knowledge of managers, among other things. Read the full article from IndustryWeek.

Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center appoints director of sales

6/21/2019 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center has named Jamie Headley to the newly created position of director of sales. She joined the organization in 2016 as senior business solutions manager responsible for the southwestern Michigan territory. Read the full announcement from thefabricator.com. 

Millennials – The Key to the Future of Manufacturing

6/19/2019 - Anyone working in manufacturing today knows the number one issue facing the industry is the ability to attract and retain talent. And anyone dealing with this “talent shortage” knows that Millennials, or Generation Y, are the most viable labor pool. But with so many perceived differences in career desires among Millennials, how can manufacturers tap into this generation of potential workers? Read the full article at dbusiness.com. 

The MEP National Network: A Public-Private Partnership That's All About Boosting U.S. Manufacturing

5/28/2019 - American manufacturing has been on a steady growth streak for years now, but that wasn’t always the case. Back in the middle to late 1980s, U.S. industry was mired in a long, severe slump, and had been shedding plants and workers since the 1970s. The U.S. Congress and President Ronald Reagan stepped into the fray to try to help with the Omnibus Trade and Competitiveness Act of 1988. One element of that law was the establishment of the Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP) under the auspices of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), and the subsequent development of the MEP National Network. Read the full article from www.forbes.com. 

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