A non-profit organization that helps businesses increase profitability and competitiveness through lean concepts. Bringingtogether experts in government, industry and non-profits, MEP offers workshops, on-site training and systems analyses.
MEP uses multiple techniques to help businesses increase profits by standardizing production and administration to provide continuous improvement that eliminates waste and strives for perfection.
Many businesses qualify for financial assistance to attend MEP’s training sessions or to receive on-site help applying lean practices from the office to the manufacturing floor.
New Mexico MEP has offices in Albuquerque, Farmington and Roswell.
Type of Businesses Served: All types
Stage of Businesses Served: All stages
Programs and Resources
Click on the article title located below each program heading to see how companies have utilized New Mexico MEP services.
Lean Manufacturing workshops educate staff and management about lean principles designed to streamline the processes of your facilities and supply chain and help you lower your expenses and downtime while increasing productivity
- Workshops Aim to Teach Principles of Lean Manufacturing
- Fabricator Has Long-Term Commitment to Lean Manufacturing
- Quest for Perfection Can Be Profitable
- Solar Company Doubles Productivity at Socorro Plant Using Lean Techniques
- NM MEP Helps Entrepreneur Prepare Revolutionary Product
- Symbiotic Success: Incubator and Its Tenant Companies Grow Together
- Albuquerque Pair Elevates Production of Private-Label Products
- Bloomfield Businesses See Benefits of Lean Inventory Management
- Businesses Find the Evolutionary Path to Profitability
ISO 9000 training is offered in collaboration with the NM Economic Development Department to prepare businesses for ISO 9001 Certification.
On-site consultations provide businesses with feedback designed to increase efficiency and profits.
- Candy Company is Sweet and Lean
- 5S System Simplifies Production to Improve Profits
- Pinball Parts Maker Gets Boost From Manufacturing Makeover
- Continuous Improvement Helps Belen Manufacturer Go Global
ExporTech training delivers expert advice to prepare businesses to export their products or services – or expand their export capacity. ExporTech uses a facilitated small-group process to help companies develop a simple global growth plan based on a series of carefully designed tools and templates. It provides experts to vet participants’ plans and connect the companies with organizations that help them move quickly beyond planning to actual export sales.
- Private-Public Partnership Brings Export Experts to New Mexico
- ExporTech Class Helps Aztec Manufacturer Prepare for Global Market
New Mexico Made is an MEP initiative that aims to promote companies that create and fabricate goods in New Mexico. Qualifying businesses are certified on the New Mexico Made website directory, raising the profile of the state’s manufacturers and giving participating businesses access to promotions and networking opportunities.
Other MEP resources & services:
- Online Tool Helps Manufacturers Measure Themselves Against World-Class Standards
- New Mexico MEP Helps Wood-Floor Manufacturer Expand Business’s Reach
- Manufacturers Share Machines, Expertise With Outside Entrepreneurs
- Counterfeit Awareness Critical for New Mexico Manufacturers
- ‘Visuality’ Is the New Tool for Leadership
- SBA Honoree Salutes State’s Business-Resource Network
- Local Manufacturers Empowered by Visual-Workplace Training
- Value Stream Mapping Boosts Productivity for Awning Maker
- Streamlined Food Prep Helps Local Chain Expand
Stay tuned for Manufacturing Day 2017 tours!
Read about past Manufacturing Day events:
- Facility Tours Highlight New Mexico Manufacturers
- New Mexico Businesses Join National Manufacturing Day Initiative
- Visitors Get Inside Look Into How Herbal Supplements Are Made
- New Mexico to Join National Celebration of Manufacturing
- Education Turns Real for Tech School Students
- A Month for Manufacturing: New Mexico Stretches out Mfg Day Celebration
http://newmexicomep.org/ or 505-262-0921