MRC partners with leading consultants and strategists to offer Pennsylvania manufacturers world-class assistance – bypassing the typical barriers to entry. Our goal is to connect companies in the Lehigh Valley and Carbon, Schuylkill and Berks counties with the best help that their budget permits.Read More
No matter what’s happening with your business, MRC has probably seen it. We know the problems that keep CEOs up at night, and we know how to help solve them. Our staff has more than 100 years of combined experience working side-by-side with business owners to both strategic growth needs and organizational transformation.Read More
MRC breaks down the barriers that prohibit manufacturers from realizing their full potential. Our proven tactics and methods can help nearly any company at any stage of its evolution. Whatever the hurdle, MRC can help you clear it.Read More
In the 2011 fiscal year alone, MRC’s work had an impact of more than $130 million in the Lehigh Valley and Carbon, Schuylkill and Berks counties, according to an independent third-party survey.Read More
What about your manufacturing company keeps you up at night? Whether you need to grow revenue, increase sustainability or simply acquire certifications, MRC can help.
True operational excellence and quality management are within your reach.
Sell more product, make more money. But there's more to it than that.
Staying ahead of the innovation and technology curve is necessary in any economic climate.
Cutting your business' carbon footprint can help both your bottom line and the environment.
With a few adjustments, any company's team can perform better.
Whether it's ISO, Six Sigma or Lean, the right training is essential.
The Manufacturers Resource Center (MRC) delivered a Kaizen event aimed at improving general housekeeping and streamlining process inputs. By organizing workflow to allow better visibility of incoming castings, MRC Senior Strategy Manager Mike Withka assisted Weatherly Casting in the elimination of process bottlenecks. Moreover, the multi-company approach brought in representatives from other area companies to pool engineering resources and divide costs.Read More