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November 28, 2017 RMI and DLLR Present: Meet with MOSH

RMI and DLLR present Meet with MOSH. Learn about New OSHA Standards: Walking Working Surface &  Silica Standards; MOSH Consultation Services and Companies who have benefited. RMI Board member Neil Christopher, Acadia Windows and Doors, was recently appointed by Governor Hogan to the Maryland MOSH Advisory Board. Neil asked that RMI offer this program for […]

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Who to call to learn about the benefits of the More Jobs for Marylanders Act

This new law provides a variety of benefits to manufacturers to include tax incentives, training funds, accelerated depreciation, apprenticeship and more. Here is a list of Maryland Commerce Regional Reps to call to get more information and to apply for programs. Anne Arundel – Lori Ratzburg | 410-767-6374 Baltimore City- Kate Dailey | 410-767-0511 Baltimore […]

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RMI Family Day at Baltimore Robotics Club a “Kid Magnet.” Grandparents and Parents Delighted

On Saturday, October 21, kids young and old came out to participate in RMI’s family day at the Baltimore Robotics Club in Timonium. https://baltimoreroboticsclub.com/ A variety of activities at the technology showcase kept people of all ages engaged throughout the morning.  With the buzzing of drones flying through an obstacle course in the background, visitors […]

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Baltimore County Boost Fund Loans Support Two Growing Manufacturers

IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 11, 2017 CONTACT: Fronda Cohen Office 410-887-8032 Cell 410-967-6970 fcohen@baltimorecountymd.gov Baltimore County Boost Fund Loans Support Two Growing Manufacturers Towson, MD  A health drink manufacturer and the makers of a gel to improve sports glove performance are among the latest small businesses to receive loans from the Baltimore County Boost fund, a flexible financing resource for […]

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2017 Maryland Manufacturing Day Highlights

Governor Hogan Engages Manufacturing Industry and Maryland University/College STEM Students at Maryland Manufacturing Day Exhibition On October 6, Governor Hogan joined the Regional Manufacturing Institute and the Maryland MEP on National Manufacturing Day for a special Maryland celebration to raise the profile of Maryland manufacturing at Martin’s West. “This day presents a unique opportunity to […]

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Manufacturing 4.0 Requires 20-20 “Future” Vision

Manufacturing 4.0 is the name of the 4th industrial revolution. A new era of digitization, the internet of things, big data and even new technologies that are emerging as I write this piece. To get a feel for what I am describing think about your smartphone. Think back five years and what your smartphone could […]

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Public/Private Sector Resources That Drive M4.0 to Help You Succeed

Link to all Presentations Public/Private Sector Resources That Drive M4.0 to Help You Succeed. Innovation, IT, IoT, Big Data and Digital and Sensor Technologies are the key building blocks of M4.0. Maryland is a rich environment of Federal, State and private resources. Hear from industry leaders who represent 4.0 strategies and technologies and take the […]

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Governor Larry Hogan Signs More Jobs for Marylanders Act into Law

I was with the Governor, Senate President, and Speaker yesterday for the signing of this bill into law that supports manufacturers. RMI worked with the Governor’s legislative team and Commerce on tax incentives for job creation and relocation, accelerated depreciation and funding for training for manufacturers state wide. This is the most significant support from state […]

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RMI Approves New Board Members

RMI approved 16 new members to its Board of Directors.  The new board members will ensure that RMI is able to advocate broadly on behalf our manufacturing industry as well as the supporting manufacturing ecosystem to ensure our industry can compete and thrive in Maryland.  “We rely on the RMI Board to provide input to […]

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