Manufacturing Companies face greater competition today than ever before. There are constant price pressures from the market and foreign competition, increasing performance demands from customers, workforce talent challenges, new technologies to evaluate, as well as regulatory and monetary policy issues that directly affect your financial sustainability and profitability, not to mention the long-term value growth of your business and job stability for your employees.
The Mansfield Industrial Council is a partnership of local resources to increase the competitiveness of Mansfield Manufacturers to provide support and real, content-oriented, practical solution based, awareness and assistance programs and events. A wide range of Strategic and Tactical topics are planned including:
- Revenue Growth
- Value Growth
- Talent Development
- Supply Chain Optimization
- Workforce Strategies
The partnership is comprised of local manufacturers and distributors, The Mansfield Economic Development Corporation, the Mansfield Chamber of Commerce, (Ben Barber Technical Academy) and TMAC, the local Manufacturing Extension Partnership affiliate operated from the University of Texas at Arlington.
The vision of the MIC is to provide topics, events, tours, speakers, workshops and other meaningful activities at a quarterly forum. We’ll introduce modern manufacturing methods, technologies, market strategies, and other successes to implement practical ways to improve profitability, business value, productivity, and competitiveness, not to mention the local economy of Mansfield.
Our promise is to provide meaningful content that is actionable. Practical solutions, as well as meaningful support in a friendly environment using an easy-going approach.
Please join us on July 27th for the kick-off luncheon event that includes Panelist from local manufacturing companies discussing their key strategic challenges and the solutions they are using to make headway. 11:30am at the Mansfield Chamber with Klein Tools, Mouser Electronics, SteelTex and others. (need registration info).
Qualifications: Business must have a Manufacturing Membership with the Chamber and be classified as Manufacturing or Industrial under SIC code 20-39 (Standard Industrial Classification codes are four-digit codes assigned by the US Government to business establishments to identify the primary business of the establishment.) SIC-CODES