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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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Cultiva’s CEO Luis Hernandez requested assistance in locating an experienced financial & manufacturing consultant who could set up a new accounting system for the firm. Luis also required new financial reporting and sales forecasting tools. Manufacture Nevada was able to quickly locate a consultant who fit the bill-- Dan Yount. Dan possessed many years of experience in business finance management and operational leadership. In addition, Dan had also designed financial accounting and budget management systems for several other manufacturing firms.

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Reno Cerakote

Reno Cerakote wanted to reinforce their commitment to quality while expanding to new markets and investing in personnel development. Reno Cerakote approached Manufacture Nevada, part of the MEP National Network™, for assistance with achieving ISO 9001-2015 due to Manufacture Nevada’s extremely good track record for successfully transitioning Nevada manufacturers to ISO certification.

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Sable Systems International

Sable Systems International is a four-time attendee of Manufacture Nevada’s ExporTech program and uses the process to develop a new market every year. Export experts train new employees in the complexities of paperwork, their experienced export coach provides support and the paid UNLV intern’s market research is up-to-the-minute accurate.

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Orbus aims to be conscious of its environmental impact and strives to protect local air, land, and waterways with the proper recycling and disposal of materials. The organization looked to Manufacture Nevada, part of the MEP National Network™, to review its current environmental management system and suggest any areas for improvement.

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Manufacture Nevada helped MicroMetl cellularize the manufacturing process into a lean manufacturing model. The heating and air conditioning part that used to travel 1.5 miles during assembly was soon assembled within an area of 100 feet. The improved efficiency and communication allowed MicroMetl to reduce indirect labor costs by 21 percent, reduce prices and increase market share. Manufacture Nevada also helped MicroMetl secure state grant funding to pay for training and consultation programs to implement lean manufacturing processes.