The North Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership is comprised of the organizations below. For more information about each organization, please click their logo to visit their respective websites.

 
 

NC State Industry Expansion Solutions

IES is a solutions-based, industry and business focused unit of NC State University that provides high-performance business solutions, university and community connections and engineering know-how to help organizations increase productivity, promote growth and enhance performance. Its world-leading experts and experienced industry specialists engineer solutions that create economic, societal and intellectual prosperity.

NC Community Colleges NCWorks

The NCWorks Customized Training Program provides education, training and support services for new, expanding and existing business and industry in North Carolina through a network of 58 community colleges, serving all 100 counties of the state. The goal of the program is to foster and support three key aspects of a company’s well-being: job growth, technology investment and productivity enhancement.

Economic Development Partnership of NC

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation that oversees the state’s efforts in business and job recruitment and retention, international trade, and tourism, film and sports development. The partnership also provides access to research, innovative technology and research and a robust analysis of facilities and sites available for relocation.

Polymers Center

The Polymers Center of Excellence (PCE) provides technical assistance to the polymers processing industry by assisting in the development of emerging technologies and facilitating their economic development, while working to save the environment. The Center converts new polymer concepts and ideas into commercial value via the use of state-of-the-art equipment and then shares these manufacturing techniques through workforce training programs.

Manufacturing Solutions Center

The Manufacturing Solutions Center is a facility where innovative concepts may be put through design or the research and development processes. It’s where products and prototypes are tested; manufacturing processes are fine-tuned and accurate cost and product studies are performed. All of these services are available to manufacturers to help stay at the forefront of their industry.

N.C. A&T Industrial and Systems Engineering

The N.C. A&T Industrial and Systems Engineering (ISE) department completes projects with local industry around topics including: process improvement, ergonomics, in-plant logistics and layout. The ISE department has a long-standing capstone senior design project requirement for all BSISE students, plus graduate student project requirements. Students benefit from the professional development helping to ensure the valuable experience needed for a career in engineering.