To drive strength in manufacturing through continuous innovation and growth.

MANTEC Products and Services
MANTEC is a resource created to provide manufacturers with customized solutions, whether
individual or strategically integrated, to deliver measurable results in productivity, profitability
and competitiveness. For companies willing to commit to improvement, we offer assistance in
all facets of business.

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MANTEC is a private non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization dedicated to meeting the needs of small and mid-sized manufacturing enterprises of south central Pennsylvania. Created in 1988 by the Governor, MANTEC serves the manufacturing community as one of seven Industrial Resource Centers (IRCs) across Pennsylvania as a manufacturing consultant. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, through the Department of Community and Economic Development, supports MANTEC, its 2,800 manufacturers and the Industrial Resource Centers.

The service region of MANTEC includes Adams, Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Fulton, Lancaster, Lebanon, Perry and York counties. MANTEC is headquartered in the city of York and maintains satellite offices in the cities of Chambersburg, Lancaster and Lebanon.

In December 1995, MANTEC collaborated with its sister Industrial Resource Centers to form an alliance with the Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP). MANTEC has become an affiliate of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a program of the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology. The MEP is a nationwide network of centers helping smaller U.S. manufacturers improve their performance and become more competitive. The more than 400 local manufacturing centers and field offices are locally positioned to address the diverse and often unique needs of smaller manufacturers through out the country. Today's MEP network delivers services and solutions to small manufacturers in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

In February 1996, the York County International Network (YCIN) expanded its focus from a single county to a regional service provider, thus making it a perfect strategic partner for MANTEC. The Network is an independent affiliate of MANTEC, having its own Board of Directors, program initiatives and funding sources. YCIN was renamed to reflect its new mission and SPIN, the Southcentral Pennsylvania International Network, was created. In 1999, SPIN won the Governor's Export Excellence Award in recognition of its outstanding commitment to international trade. In 2002, SPIN applied for membership in the World Trade Association and was granted World Trade Center status. As a result, the name was changed to World Trade of Central Pennsylvania.


A Blog Post About Lean Manufacturing

Sept 30, 2008 | Posted By: John Doe | Category: Lean Manufacturing

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