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September 2022 Montana Manufacturing News

Are You Ready for Manufacturing Day?

What the CHIPS Act means for Montana – Butte’s REC Silicon

Significant to Montana is the bill’s support for silane gas production, which is used to produce semiconductors. The world’s largest supplier of the gas, REC Silicon, has a factory on the outskirts of Butte. REC Silicon employs nearly 300 people at the facility and has been recognized by the White House as a potential candidate for domestic expansion of silane gas production.

MMEC Events E-Blast – Registration Now Open for Lean Lego Workshop in Missoula

CYBERSECURITY WEBINAR ON AUGUST 23 – Co-sponsored by MMEC

Montana: A Hidden Powerhouse of Manufacturing 

When you think of states with strong manufacturing sectors, which ones come to mind – Michigan, Texas, Ohio?  You might be surprised to learn that Montana stacks up very well when compared to other states.

Coming Up Soon — On the Rise Business Summit, Transition Readiness Workshop, plus FINAL Cybersecurity Activity and 2022 Manufacturing Survey.

See the full calendar of MMEC events.
See our website or contact us for more information on training services. We work with manufacturers of all types and sizes to provide the right services and resources for you.

May 2022 Montana Manufacturing News

Taking a Bigger Bite Out of the Snack Food Market:
Manufacturer and MMEC Collaborate on Sustainable Growth Initiatives 

April 2022 Montana Manufacturing News

C-PACE: A New Financing Option for your Energy and Water Efficiency Projects 

Blockchain is coming to construction – get ready now

“Blockchain can play a significant role in enhancing productivity and efficiency on job sites, while also helping to combat fraud and corruption by improving transparency and accountability among stakeholders,”

MMEC – Cybersecurity Challenge Part 2, Food Audit Training, Small Business Expos

Upcoming Events for Manufacturers

Construction jobs in Montana top rest of nation

With competitive wages and great benefits, Smith says they are starting to recruit the next generation as early as 15 years old.