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Manufacturing Leadership Series Part I - Auburn, ME

The Manufacturing Leadership Series is a specially-designed series for managers in the industrial sector, focusing on the leadership, communication, and development needs of the manufacturing workforce.

The Manufacturing Leadership Series consists of eight, half-day workshops held from September through December between 12:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. in Auburn.`

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Manufacturing Leadership Series Part II - South Portland, ME

The Manufacturing Leadership Series, Part II is a specially-designed series for managers in the industrial sector that builds on the learning elements of Priority Learning's Manufacturing Leadership Series, Part I. Completion of the Manufacturing Leadership Series, Part I is not required in order to attend Part II.

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Maine manufacturing partnership led to $7 million in investments

Work done by the Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership in 2014 led to the creation or retention of more than 400 jobs and saved 48 companies more than $10.1 million, according to a recent study of the the federal- and state-supported business consulting program.

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University of Maine
Professional Science Masters in Engineering and Business

Online courses to meet the needs of busy professionals.

The Professional Science Masters (PSM) in Engineering and Business is intended for students who have a B.S. in engineering or engineering technology who want to advance into management positions. The degree combines advanced engineering and business courses with applied field experience. The applied field experience integrates the new skills learned by the student with their needs and the needs of their employer.

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COFFEE BY DESIGN EVENT

11:00 a.m., October 7, 2016
1 Diamond St., Portland, ME 04101


In recognition of National Manufacturing Day, Maine MEP will be presenting its annual Manufacturing Excellence Award to Coffee By Design.

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Maine Manufacturing Extension Partnership


Maine MEP is a unique resource for manufacturing and its supply chain in Maine.

We create opportunities for Maine’s small and medium sized manufacturers, by helping them become more efficient, productive and globally competitive.

We are an organization with a culture of innovation that leverages MEP resources in the application of new ideas to clients, products and processes in pursuit of profits.

Vision: In the next five years, the Maine MEP will become the primary point of contact for all of Maine's small and medium enterprises (SMEs) service needs. By leveraging the Center's expertise, SMEs will be able to attain their business goals.

Mission: The mission of the Maine MEP is to facilitate economic development in Maine by providing needed services to Maine's SMEs.

Growth Based Solutions for Manufacturers


Competing effectively in the global marketplace of the 21st century requires steady access to information and knowledge applied to innovative strategies. Lots of it. Every day. Whether your customers are across town or across time zones. That means where you turn for help could be the most crucial business decision you make.

The Maine MEP is part of a nationwide network of technical, manufacturing and business specialists linked together by the U.S. Department of Commerce and the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST); the Maine MEP is a unique resource for manufacturing in Maine.

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2016 Coffee By Design, Portland
2015 Xuron Corp., Saco
2014 Huhtamaki, Inc., Waterville
2013 Kennebec Technologies, Augusta
2012 FHC Inc., Bowdoin
2011 Falcon Performance Footwear, Auburn
2010 Mathews Brothers, Belfast
2009 Alere, Scarborough
2008 Kenway Corporation, Augusta
2007 Floatation Technologies, Biddeford
2006 CedarWorks, Rockport
2005 Designs by Lucinda, Portland




Maine MEP at the Maine State Chamber's Business Day at the State House -
March 10, 2016


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Over the past year, Maine MEP clients* have reported that they:



* It is important to note that no client is surveyed more than once in a 12 month period. Data for the one year summary is from 4 Quarterly Surveys which were conducted from April 2015 through February 2016. Clients are asked about impacts experienced over the past year. Reported impacts are modeled using IMPLAN Pro version 3.0 software.

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