May 18, 2018

Lindberg/MPH is Now a Member of ‘Proud to Manufacture in Michigan’

Back in 2012, the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center (MMTC) started a campaign to honor the contributions of the manufacturers in the state of Michigan. The campaign was successful enough to be turned into a program that includes hundreds of manufacturers in Michigan, along with companies that support or provide services to manufacturers. The overall goal is to raise awareness of the manufacturing community within Michigan and to create opportunities for the companies to network with one another.

Lindberg/MPH is a proud member of this program and is excited to grow within the Michigan manufacturing community. Community involvement has always been a top priority for Lindberg/MPH and this is another way for the company to show it’s Michigan pride. Thank you to Proud to Manufacture in Michigan for including Lindberg/MPH in this program!

To learn more about the program, visit the PTMIM website. To learn more about Lindberg/MPH’s community involvement, connect with us on Facebook and LinkedIn for periodic updates.

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