We’re a nonprofit that provides a full range of consulting services that can transform your organization into a high performing, efficient, cost effective operation.
Missouri Enterprise clients receive a high return on investment
Over the past five years, our clients reported
$1.6 Billion in increased/retained sales
"They were very helpful, very effective, and finished the job on time and under budget."
- Chris Klope, Chief Operations Officer
Mobile Hydraulics Equipment Company reports their work with Missouri Enterprise helped them enter a new market and generate $3 million in new sales over the next 12 months.
The improvements we’ve been able to make should ultimately result in increased efficiencies of up to 30%.
- Dale Richter, Vice President
American Products reported $125,000 in costs savings in labor, materials, energy and overhead as a result of their work with Missouri Enterprise.
Missouri Enterprise Results
Reported from Missouri manufacturers over the past five years
Missouri Enterprise Practice Areas of Expertise
Our new Voyager program allows you to attend as many lunch and learn sessions and webinars as you wish over the course of a year. Additionally, you will receive $20 off any half-day or full-day training session offered throughout the year. The Voyager pass guarantees your spot at any Missouri Enterprise workshop or event.
The purpose of this workshop is to provide FDA-approved training for food companies. The Nebraska MEP and The Food Processing Center in partnership with Missouri Enterprise and Kansas Manufacturing Solutions through the Food Safety in the Heartland grant offers this $600 workshop at no charge through grant-funding provided by NIST, to assist companies in understanding and complying with the Preventive Controls for Human Food regulations.
This SQFI-designed course is best suited for implementation teams, internal auditors, quality managers and supervisors, growers, processors, suppliers, retailers, manufacturers, importers, consultants, trainers and anyone interested in learning about the SQF program.
Ranken Breaks Ground on New Campus in Troy to Support Manufacturing
By Amy Susan, Communications Manager
Good news for Missouri's manufacturing community. Joined by Governor Mike Parson, our partners at Ranken Technical College, in collaboration with the Lincoln County R-III School District, the State of Missouri, Lincoln County, and the City of Troy, broke ground on a new campus in Troy, Missouri. Ranken will provide secondary and post-secondary education and training for the region, and initially focus on the emerging technologies of advanced manufacturing, aquaponics, renewable energy, as well as building and construction trades. Students will be able to begin classes this academic year and move to the new, nearly 25,000 square foot facility in the fall of 2021. Congrats to Ranken Technical College and thank you for supporting our manufacturing community through workforce development initiatives such as this.Read more ...
Food Manufacturing Newsletter: Unjarring Bite-Size Information
By Amy Susan, Communications Manager
In honor of World Food Day (June 7) and all of our producers, growers, packagers and other businesses responsible for feeding the world, we “unjarred” a lineup of bite-size food manufacturing information… including several exciting and upcoming virtual food-safety training, FDA news & guidelines, upcoming grant opportunities, industry data, and other newsworthy food business notes.Read more ...
Missouri Enterprise Client Testimonials
Hanna Rubber Co.:
- $40,000 in new sales
- Earned ISO certification
- “Missouri Enterprise was the qualified third party who told us ‘we’re here’ and ‘this is where you need to go’.”