• The Voice of Small Manufacturing


    America’s success was built by small manufacturers with big dreams. And today, our nation relies on their ingenuity and innovation. More than 90 percent of the National Association of Manufacturers’ 14,000 members are small to medium-sized businesses. Our organization’s mission is to ensure that manufacturers of all sizes speak together with a single voice. From regulatory reform to business tax modernization, our pro-growth agenda is advancing the priorities and policies that will allow our industry to thrive and create jobs.

    We invite you to join us in unleashing the power of manufacturing—and the Power of Small.

     

    Profiles of Small Manufacturers

    Tapecon Inc.

    Rayotek Scientific Inc.

    Worksman Cycles

     

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  • Why Small Manufacturing Matters

    The vast majority of manufacturing firms in the United States are quite small. In 2014, there were 251,901 firms in the manufacturing sector, with all but 3,749 firms considered to be small (i.e., having fewer than 500 employees). In fact, three-quarters of these firms have fewer than 20 employees. (Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Statistics of U.S. Businesses)

     
  • Chair and Vice Chair of the Small and Medium Manufacturers Group

    “The vast majority of manufacturers in the United States are small businesses. Together, we can advocate a sound future for manufacturing—rebuilding communities, improving lives and ensuring that in Maryland, and the rest of the country, manufacturing is not yesterday’s news but tomorrow’s story.”

    Marlin Steel Wire Products President and Owner, Drew Greenblatt

    NAM Small and Medium Manufacturers Group Chair
    Drew Greenblatt

     


  • Our companies, our communities and our country all rely on American-made ingenuity and innovation. The National Association of Manufacturers makes sure our important industry speaks in a single voice.

    When manufacturing succeeds, America succeeds.