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Most Recent

  • MMA Endorses Pro-Manufacturing Candidates for State House

    July 10, 2024    145

    MMA endorsed a bipartisan field of 72 incumbent lawmakers and candidates for the 2024 state primary election. The Association supports candidates who will be pragmatic problem solvers and who will work collaboratively to advance a pro-manufacturing agenda fosters economic growth.
  • Statement of MMA President & CEO John Walsh in Response to Action Taken by MEDC and MSF

    July 10, 2024    123

    MMA released the following statement 7/9/24 in response to action taken by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and Michigan Strategic Fund.
  • MMA Board Elects Two New Members

    July 10, 2024    134

    At its June Annual Meeting, the Board of Directors of the Michigan Manufacturers Association (MMA) elected two new members to the body, named a new member of the Executive Committee and re-elected a number of sitting members.
  • MIOSHA Inspection Reminders

    June 20, 2024    786

    MIOSHA is actively conducting field inspections with a fresh team of enforcement officers. Now is the time to revisit and update your safety programs, ensure your employees training is current and check for any missing protocols due to new equipment or staffing changes.
  • Enhance Your Supply Chain with MMA, CAMC and GLBMA

    June 19, 2024    386

    Join MMA, the Capital Area Manufacturing Council (CAMC) and the Great Lakes Bay Manufacturers Association (GLBMA) for a robust discussion on supply chain and how manufacturers are being affected.