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SCMEP Program To Help Companies Convert Facilities

The South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership (SCMEP) has announced a program that will aid textile companies in their transition into composites manufacturing facilities. The South Carolina Advanced Composites Program is aimed at manufacturers that need composites information. SCMEP believes transformation from textiles to composites offers textiles producers a vehicle to manufacture higher-margin products.

As part of the program, SCMEP has visited and assessed manufacturing facilities, implemented business assessments and improvement programs, and opened new markets for companies. Its efforts have resulted in earnings, revenue and employment increases at participating companies.

For more information, visit www.compositessc.com.


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