Is your company located in the Cleveland area and committed to continuous improvement? Are you seeking ways to accelerate your improvement journey, deliver better value to your customers, and engage your workforce? Join the AME Cleveland Consortium today and become part of a collaborative learning network of local companies that are committed to performance excellence and collaborative learning. Consortium membership is open to companies from any industry (manufacturing, health care, financial services, software, distribution, information technology, and more) in the Cleveland area with a desire to share and learn to become part of this practitioner-to-practitioner network. Leverage collective resources and knowledge and improve your approach to improvement!
Interested in joining? Get an introduction to the AME Cleveland Consortium and learn more about the benefits, offerings and more. Contact Rick Wiltse, AME Cleveland Consortium facilitator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-548-7153.
Akron Children’s Hospital
Automated Packaging Systems, Inc.
Center for Dialysis Care
The Davey Tree Expert Co.
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co.
Honda R&D of Americas, Inc.
Jasper Engines & Transmissions
Kinetico Water Systems
KSPT (Kyocera-SGS Precision Tools)
Lincoln Electric Co.
MTD Products Inc.
NeoGraf Solutions, LLC.
Preformed Line Products Inc.
Qualtech Technologies, Inc.
The Shelby Company
SSP Fittings Corp.
The AME Consortia program connects those on the lean and continuous improvement journey in local peer networks facilitated by highly qualified lean practitioners.
The AME Consortia program is managed by AME, a nonprofit association representing more than 4,000 lean and continuous improvement professionals. AME Consortia membership is offered on an annual basis and includes AME corporate membership. The cost is $6,000 per year.
To learn more about AME member benefits for AME Consortia members, download this brochure.
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