Makers look to expand local supply chain

HELPING MANUFACTURERS: Companies responding to a Polaris MEP survey used red dots to identify their top five business needs. One-third of 152 manufacturing representatives identified managing growth as one of their top priorities. / COURTESY ­POLARIS MEP
HELPING MANUFACTURERS: Companies responding to a Polaris MEP survey used red dots to identify their top five business needs. One-third of 152 manufacturing representatives identified managing growth as one of their top priorities. / COURTESY ­POLARIS MEP
What is made in the Ocean State? Even some manufacturers, who make a living making products, are surprised by the diversity of local suppliers. An inaugural event organized this year by Polaris MEP was designed to bring manufacturers together, not to network, but to demonstrate their products and capabilities. A survey of the participants, released…

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