is a Portland-based nonprofit agency that provides consultants to help manufacturers improve operations, quality control, employee training and strategic planning.
Local governments have given OMEP
a total of $70,150 to help cover the cost of their trainers working with Lane County food and beverage makers.
is a nonprofit agency that provides consultants to help manufacturers with operational improvements, quality control, employee training and strategic planning, President Chris Scherer said Wednesday.
diplomatic presence, while OMEP
provides surge capacity and region-wide
Presented at the Asia-Pacific OMEP
Conference in collaboration with Victoria University School of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 2-3 December.
The award, named for a former OMEP
executive director, recognizes outstanding leadership in Oregon manufacturing companies.
In 1999, an international symposium was co-sponsored by OMEP
and ACEI in Ruschlikon, Switzerland.
exists to help small and midsized Oregon manufacturers "unleash (their) growth potential," it says.
Among the Lane County firms OMEP
has worked with are Mill Log Equipment Co.