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Discover a Path to Growth with Manufacture Nevada

We are committed to helping you succeed, not with a list of prescribed to-dos, but by getting to know your business intimately and sharing our deep understanding of modern manufacturing processes, business strategies and workforce management. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with you to determine a path to success and implement strategies that grow your business.

01 Step One

Connect with a Manufacturing Business Advisor

The first step is connecting with one of our advisors. Through a call or site visit, they will do a deep dive on your business, seeking to understand your processes, people, and problems to better lay a foundation for strategy.

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02 Step Two

Scope of Work & Evaluation

Once we’ve established a list of possible projects, we will help you establish a plan of attack for your biggest problems and determine the desired result of our project together.

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03 Step Three

Implement for Success

Once planning is finished, we will help you implement solutions to reach the desired outcome. Through regular contact with project managers and our expert team of advisors we will track milestones and set you up for long-term success.

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04 Step Four

Project Evaluation & Continuous Improvement

The first thing we do at the end of a project is determine how successful our efforts have been. From there we can determine if it would be beneficial to start a new project, or employ additional resources to reach your desired outcomes.

We work to create an environment of continuous improvement so that the benefits of our partnership don’t disappear after our involvement has ended. Your continued success is the defining factor of a successful project with Manufacture Nevada.

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Jensen Metaltech

Rapid growth at the company led to the creation of a workforce that was experiencing high turnover. There was also a significant increase in rework, related to a combination of the turnover and weak control on manufacturing drawings. Additionally, 15% of the workforce had English as a second language. With supervisors receiving only limited basic supervision training from the Nevada Association of Employers and the rest of the workforce receiving no soft skills training at all, action had to be taken to improve retention and reduce rework costs. Jensen decided that by combining the teamwork elements of implementing a company wide 5S (sort, set in order, shine, standardize, sustain) initiative along with integrating supervisory and coaching skills, improvements could be made in both rework reduction and workforce improvements.

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Popcorn Girl

Manufacture Nevada’s understanding of the international marketplace and food-product marketing helped provide the kinds of experience-based, decisive information the founders needed to close their immediate opportunity and maximize the success of their potential partnership with a Middle Eastern investor/franchisee. Popcorn Girl Las Vegas’s goal was to close the deal and maximize the cash flow while implementing a successful franchise operation in the Middle East.

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Absurd Marinade

Alan had a great recipe for a marinade and did not have the resources to do the actual manufacturing, entry into the industry was the initial problem to be resolved. As a result of his contact with Manufacture Nevada, Alan began negotiations with the local food and beverage manufacturer utilizing the guidance of his Manufacture Nevada rep. The relationship with the contract manufacturer has evolved into a multi-product engagement.

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North Sails Minden

Manufacture Nevada local project managers conducted onsite facility assessments, reviewed manufacturing steps and concerns, and worked with North’s Operations Manager, Plant Manager and Human Resources Manager. Together they designed Lean workshops to incorporate North’s existing process and flow and encourage employee participation and idea generation for improvements. They conducted an onsite Lean workshop as an employee introduction and stimulus to lean improvement methodologies, to be followed by a more detailed session with North hosting a week long Lean Leader workshop involving key lead personnel and to delve deeper into more lean concepts and principles. They finished with an onsite workplace Kaizen improvement event and implementation in their production facility involving the manufacturing leads along with production line personnel.

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Public Restroom Company

At the Public Restroom Company, they never stop thinking about better ways to design, build, and deliver their product. With significant growth realized and an even larger demand on the horizon, they knew they needed to apply their improvement mindset to all aspects of their business—including operational efficiencies and employee development—to successfully take their business to new levels. With a commitment to building better places to go, PRC requested the services of Manufacture Nevada, part of the MEP National Network™, to turn their vision into reality.