Our Successes

Dixon Valve – Pre-Apprenticeship

Dixon Valve is a more than 100 year old company located in Chestertown, MD. With several hundred employees worldwide, Dixon is a leading provider of fabricated valves and couplings.

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CHUTES International – Company to Triple in Size with New Facility

CHUTES International has more than doubled sales revenue since 2010, and is aggressively pursuing strategic initiatives in its bid to double sales revenue again within 5-7 years.

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Make It In Maryland

Maryland MEP’s Make it in Maryland program is Maryland’s first and only program dedicated to manufacturers within the State to showcase companies, demonstrate the value of manufacturing within Maryland and highlight manufacturing successes. Make it in Maryland provides companies B2B purchasing, partnering and business opportunities within the State of Maryland.

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Trainings & Events

2018 Lean Peer Group – Baltimore
2018 Lean Peer Group – Baltimore

The Maryland World Class Consortia’s Lean Peer Groups, in partnership with MD MEP, are designed to help participant organizations build active cultures of continuous improvement. The peer group approach provides a unique and powerful way to share experiences and learn from others. Participating company leaders from across the region work together to refine and reenergize […]

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Manufacturer of the Month

Founded in 1992, Crystal Steel Fabricators, Inc. has grown from a single site in Delmar, DE to five locations worldwide, supply steeling structures as well as ornamental and miscellaneous metals to the largest and most sophisticated building projects. As an AISC Certified Fabricator for over 14 years, Crystal Steel carries Fracture Critical, Bridge Component Standard and Sophisticated Paint Endorsements in addition to Steel Building Structures certification. The company works with major domestic general contractors such as Bechtel, Bovis Lend Lease, Gilbane, Skanska, Holder, HESS, Turner, Clark, and Whiting-Turner, developing buildings for schools and universities, municipalities, medical centers, stadiums and arenas, train stations and airport terminals, casinos, office complexes, and monuments on the East Coast and Southeastern U.S.