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CIANJ President Moderates Two-Day Manufacturing Co..

Manufacturers and legislators were invited by the New Jersey Manufacturing Extension Program (NJMEP) to its 2nd Annual State of the State of Manufacturing event. The program takes place over two days – first on April 4 down in Trenton and then again on April 6 at the County College of Morris.

This year, CIANJ President Anthony Russo was asked to participate in the conference on both days.  He will moderate a panel with the state’s newly formed Manufacturing Caucus to discuss key issues and trends moving forward.

There are more than 10,000 manufacturing plants in the Garden State. The State of the State was launched to focus a spotlight on the industry. It is exclusively for manufacturing professionals, STEM executives and elected officials to network and discuss opportunities and challenges within the industry. Attendees will have the opportunity to listen to industry experts discuss best business practices to help them gain and maintain a competitive edge in today’s ever-changing global economy.

In Trenton, attendees will hear a keynote address from Senate President Steve Sweeney and in Morris, the CEO of Primex-PR Migdalia Rosado will deliver the keynote.

(NJMEP) is a not-for-profit company that works with New Jersey’s small to mid-sized manufacturers to help them become more efficient, profitable and globally competitive. CIANJ often works with NJMEP and is proud to be invited to participate in the program.

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