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The Ohio Edison Technology Centers Showcase & Manufacturers Resource Forum

By Maggie Perez on Tuesday, March 20th, 2012


Most manufactures drive towards continuous process improvement to reduce costs, increase production, increase quality, innovate, and ultimately increase sales and profit.  The seven Ohio Edison Technology Centers located throughout Ohio have been established for the purpose of assisting Ohio manufacturers to achieve that goal.

The centers, which include: EWI, BioOhio, CIFT, EMTEC,  MAGNETPolymer OH, TechSolve provide a variety of product and process innovation and commercialization services to both established and early-stage manufacturing and technology-based businesses such as new product design; prototyping; materials selection and handling; process improvement, plant layout and design; quality systems; advanced machining; joining technology assistance; workplace development and training and biotechnology business consulting. 

Each center is responsible for taking a leadership role to sustain and grow different segments of the Ohio economy in addition to the overarching services referenced above.  Additionally, each has Federal Manufacturing Extension Partnership designation – do you know what that means to you, an Ohio manufacturer? 

Join us Friday, March 23rd to learn more about how the unique capabilities and industry expertise can help your business. 

Who should attend?
Manufacturing business executives, owners and plant managers
Economic Development practitioners
Academic Institutions
Political and elected officials

 Where:

EWI

1250 Arthur E. Adams Drive
Columbus, Oh  43221

 Time/Date:
March 23, 2012
9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

RSVP:  http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=1076577

 For additional questions – please contact Beth Jackson at 614.688.5000 or by email a ejackson@ewi.org

 My name is Maggie Perez, if you have questions about this blog or the event please feel free to contact me as well at 614.688.5062 or by email at mperez@ewi.org.

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