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The Capital Area Manufacturing Council (CAMC) is an important business alliance in Mid-Michigan, represented by manufacturing executives and HR professionals.  A CAMC membership offers many benefits, such as increased knowledge of industries best practices by networking with innovative and forward-thinking peers, collaborated training efforts, outreach to Michigan’s youth, meaningful agendas at member meetings and industry tours. If you're a leader in the manufacturing community, we invite you to join! - Michelle Cordano, CAMC Executive Director. 
 

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Neogen Plans $1.3 Million Rehab and Expansion

Mayor Virg Bernero and the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) announced Lansing-based Neogen Corporation (CAMC Member!) plans to create a new home for its Ideal® Instruments subsidiary at 1000 S. Hosmer Street in Lansing. Ideal® Instruments, founded in 1931, is an industry leader in the development of precision veterinary drug delivery instruments. Founded in 1982, Neogen Corporation develops and markets products dedicated to food and animal safety. Read full press release

Spartan Motors Opens Plant 12
The Grand Opening of Spartan Motors’ latest production facility, Plant 12, took place on 6/14/17 in Charlotte, Michigan. The ceremony featured a tour of the facility and the plant's production of the all-new 2018 Isuzu FTR Class 6 medium-duty truck, designed to optimize fuel efficiency and maximize cargo space in order to serve the growing urban and last-mile delivery segments. Congratulations!

CAMC's MFG Day Update
We have reached our sponsorship goal for MFG Day!!!  A special thank you to our sponsors:
  • Gold Sponsors: Emergent BioSolutions, Manitou Pontoon Boats, Spartan Motors and WLNS
  • Silver Sponsors: RSDC and Tool Steel, Cameron Alro
These sponsors will help pay for school buses to transport over 1,000 students on MFG Day!  

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Welcome Superior Machine & Tool
Posted August 07, 2017

Superior Machine & Tool offers a huge variety of machining and manufacturing parts and tools. But even more valuable to your business would be their asset recovery arm. They offer a local solution to one of the biggest headaches in your supply chain. They turn your surplus equipment, materials, and dead inventory into cash, freeing up space and getting you back to the more important aspects of your supply chain.
 
$500 Toward Leadership Lansing
Posted August 07, 2017

The CAMC Board of Directors would like to help you send an emerging or established leader to the 2017-18 Leadership Lansing program provided by the Lansing Regional Chamber! Each CAMC member will get $500 toward the registration cost. But, you must act quickly as the deadline to apply is August 16, 2017. Leadership Lansing is an eight-month program (one day a month) for emerging and established leaders to develop a greater understanding of how business leaders and community institutions contribute to the overall quality of life in the region.
 
MMA Seeks Nominations
Posted July 19, 2017

Each year, the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) celebrates excellence in manufacturing by honoring the individuals and companies that make a positive impact in their community and in their industry.

MMA encourages you to submit a nomination or self-nominate by Thursday, September 7, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. Go to mimfg.org to nominate today.

 
LCC Launches Robotics Program
Posted June 14, 2017

Lansing Community College (LCC) will launch a new LCC Launches Robotics Program
Robotics program this fall! CAMC Members Eckhart and KIRCHHOFF Automotive participated in a video that LCC is using to promote the program. Check it out! Love the tagline, "Train Here. Work Anywhere!"

 

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Share your insights/issues and best practices with other CAMC members!  Simply log in to the CAMC website, scroll to the bottom of the page, click on “Message Boards.”

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Log in to search the CAMC membership directory to gain access to contact information for peer-to-peer consulting. 

Local Skills Gap Analysis
Lansing Community College (LCC) recently released a "skill gap analysis" for the Lansing Region, defined as Clinton, Eaton, Ingham, Ionia, Livingston, and Shiawassee counties. View the results

CAMC's Michigan Manufacturing Connect
Check out CAMC's communications campaign -- Michigan Manufacturing Connect.  Enjoy unique and high-quality videos that are designed to educate our community on the great jobs that are available in the manufacturing industry, right here in Mid-Michigan!

Michigan Manufacturing Cluster Workforce Analysis
This report analyzes several labor market measures including employment concentration, trends, and forecasts; key occupations; education program completers; and workforce demographics. 
 

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