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Nogales, Ariz.-based Collectron has helped more than 200 U.S.-owned manufacturing companies save labor costs by taking part in its Shelter Plan program, a system the 40-year-old company created to allow foreign manufacturers to test production in Mexico before committing to forming a Mexican subsidiary.

As anyone who has spent an afternoon hitting the links will concede, the most enjoyable way to golf is with a cart. As your foursome waits to tee-off with the sun beating down, complaining about the golfers in front of you who can’t seem to find the green, it helps to be seated on a covered, cus­hioned seat. Most likely, that seat is inside a Club Car golf car, the most widely used vehicle by golf courses.

San Marcos, Calif.-based Natural Alternatives International (NAI) Inc. creates and manufactures customized nutritional supplements with a remarkable commitment to health, scientific integrity and quality. The nearly 30-year-old company provides wide-ranging healthcare solutions based on scientific research, and produces them according to rigorous manufacturing standards and customer specifications.

In 1990, Dr. John Young co-founded Inteplast Group Ltd. with the be­lief that the United States could still create a competitive manufacturing org­anization in spite of the long-term, general decline in its manufacturing sector. The company’s success is a product of the pursuit of integration, economies of scale, strong management and teamwork. Inteplast has es­s­entially provided a model of how future manufacturing organizations can grow in the United States.

A few years ago, Amity Technology became the first company from North Dakota to be named Exporter of the Year for Region VIII of the U.S. Small Business Administration. This region covers Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. Additionally, in 2009, the company was chosen as one of the top 100 U.S. manufacturers on the Inc. 500 list.

MAC Equipment strives to continuously improve its product lines and spends significant time, money and effort on product development – a distinctive quality that sets it apart from its competitors, Vice President of Operations Ernie Iznaga says.

Mayville Engineering Co. (MEC) Inc. may have its operations spread ac­ross the state of Wisconsin, but it offers its customers a one-stop shop for all their metal fabricating needs. With six divisions under the MEC um­brella, the company offers a diversity of complementary services that give customers the ability to consolidate their product needs to a single supplier.

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