Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC) provides Michigan’s small and medium sized manufacturers with operational assessment, process improvement training, mentoring services, website technical assistance and market diversification tactics. MMTC is the Michigan affiliate of federal Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership through the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Headquartered in Plymouth, the MMTC has five affiliate offices located in Flint, Grand Rapids, Marquette, Saginaw, and Traverse City to serve Michigan manufacturers.
Working for Southeast Michigan
MMTC’s vision is to be the principal source of high performance business and technical assistance for Michigan’s small to mid-sized manufacturers and the partner of choice for the economic development community. MMTC’s impact goes beyond the factory floor to create a ripple effect of positive sustainable impact on business, its workforce, and the community.
Since 1991, MMTC’s full-time consulting staff has provided training and implementation assistance to a wide variety of industry sectors. Their expertise is provided on a fee for service basis and we frequently assist businesses in applying for federal and state funds to supplement fees.
Federal and Regional Partners
MMTC is an integral part of Michigan’s statewide manufacturing strategy and is a partner with the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, as well as with other economic development organizations across Southeast Michigan. MMTC operates as part of the National Institute of Standards and Technology Hollings Manufacturing Extension Partnership that has over 400 locations nationwide, providing access to industry-driven best processes and practices.
They often work directly with community colleges to meet the needs of local manufacturers.
MMTC delivers solutions that bring bottom-line results. We are measured by the success of our clients.