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2016 Nebraska Manufacturer Priorities Report Download the report

Major takeaways from a phone survey of 200 manufacturing firms across Nebraska

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An economic snapshot of the current state of manufacturing in Nebraska


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The Nebraska Manufacturing Extension Partnership provides expert consulting, diverse training programs, industry events and workshops, and customized assistance to enrich the productivity, technological performance, and competitiveness of the state's small- to medium-sized manufacturers.

Blog Articles

How to Save With Investments in Energy Efficiency.

Improving energy efficiency is a smart investment for nearly any operation. Over time, such investments help reduce your ongoing energy costs. Read More...

Wednesday, September 14, 2016
Standing Out: The Importance of Unique Marketing for Long-Term Growth

People are getting bombarded with branding on a daily basis. Are you getting through? Read More...

Thursday, July 28, 2016
Sweeping Regulatory Changes aimed at Manufacturers: Are You Ready?

The deadline to be compliant with major changes in food safety law is fast approaching. Read how your business might be affected and how MEP can help you prepare. Read More...

Thursday, May 26, 2016
Succession and other Transition Planning

Every business owner has a time when they start wanting to extract themselves from the day-to-day operations of their business and/or want to start planning for eventual complete divestiture from the business. All too often that day comes with little or no notice. Will your business be ready? Read More...

Monday, March 21, 2016
Supply Chain Optimization: Reducing Cost and Risk

Supply chains typically represent around 60 percent of costs. To improve your bottom line, you may find more opportunity in supply chain optimization (SCO). Read More...

Monday, February 1, 2016

In The News:

USDA Annouces Grant to Help Farms and Rural Small Businesses Protect the Environment with Clean Energy. 

Through this project, Nebraska MEP has established an energy auditing program to assist agricultural producers and rural small businesses with evaluating the energy efficiency of their operations and the potential for incorporating renewable energy technology into their operations. With Nebraska MEP’s connections to Nebraska’s manufacturing sector, industrial and/or business audits are expected to comprise the largest percentage of completed audits.

For more information on this program, click here or contact Matthew Jorgensen at mjorgensen@unl.edu or (308) 293-5884.

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