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Despite uncertainty, talent concerns, manufacturers remain bullish on economy

12/28/2016 - Even with the underlying uncertainty caused by the presidential election, West Michigan manufacturers remain generally optimistic about the year ahead. Although proposed changes to international trade policies, health care regulations and a move toward isolationism have caused some concern, most executives believe the economy will continue to grow in 2017. Read the full article from MiBiz.

New Business Solutions Manager to Take Over Southwest Michigan Territory

12/20/2016 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has announced the addition of Jamie Headley to its Business Solutions team. Headley was named Senior Business Solutions Manager, responsible for the southwest Michigan territory including Cass, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Berrien, St. Joseph and Branch counties. Read the full article from PRLog.

New Business Solutions Managers Join The Center

12/19/2016 - Business professionals are on the move. The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center welcomes two new Business Solutions Managers. Read the full article from the Detroit Free Press. 

The Center Adds New Business Solutions Team Member

11/30/2016 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has announced the addition of Bryan Luxon to its Business Solutions team. Luxon was named Senior Business Solutions Manager for the northern Metro Detroit region. The hiring announcement was made by Michael Coast, President of The Center. Read the full article from PRLog.

Business Leaders in the News

11/26/2016 - Business professionals are on the move. The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center welcomes two new experts in Lean/Six Sigma and Quality Management. Read the full article from the Detroit Free Press. 

Benchmark Plant Processes to Become Competitive

11/16/2016 - In this year’s FE “State of Food Manufacturing Survey,” 40 percent of food and beverage manufacturing respondents reported implementing lean manufacturing systems to benchmark and improve their operations, while 41 percent reported having a Total Quality Management (TQM) system in place to better their processes. Read the full article from  Food Engineering.

Sen. Gary Peters Takes Manufacturing Tour of Greenville Tool & Die

11/12/2016 - Touring a factory floor, greeting employees and asking questions of management, U.S. Sen. Gary Peters received an up-close look at manufacturing in Montcalm County. Peters, D-Pontiac, made several stops during a visit to West Michigan, including a stop at Greenville Tool & Die on Nov. 10. Read the full article from The Daily News. 

Conference focuses on manufacturing and technology

11/7/2016 - Manufacturing leaders will come together downtown on Wednesday to talk about the convergence of manufacturing and technology in West Michigan. The Right Place and the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center-West, or MMTC-West, have teamed up to host the Manufacturing Technology xChange, a full-day conference that’s being held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at DeVos Place in Grand Rapids. Read the full article from Grand Rapids Business Journal.

The Center Adds Lean/Six Sigma and Quality Experts to Team

11/2/2016 - The Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (The Center) has announced the addition of Chuck Werner and Andy Nichols to its Lean/Six Sigma and Quality teams. Werner was named Lean Program Manager while Nichols joined as a Quality Program Manager. 

Skilled Jobs are Key to the Future of Michigan Manufacturing

10/31/2016 - Chris Holman speaks with, President, Michigan Manufacturing Mike Coast about Manufacturing Day and its importance for generating awareness for the wide range of skilled jobs available, the pending labor shortage and the impact of manufacturing to our state. Read the full article from Michigan Business Network.

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