For Immediate Release
Centennial, Colorado, May 26th, 2016 – Arch Inc., a leading provider of value add manufacturing services, today announced it has been selected as a vendor partner by the Colorado Advanced Manufacturing Association (CAMA) to drive innovation and collaboration in the manufacturing alliance through its Toward ZeroTM program.
“CAMA exists to help advance manufacturers. We see Arch’s Toward Zero Program as an exciting plan that will help Colorado manufacturer’s growth. As our manufacturers advance, the entire state of Colorado benefits”, added Tim Heaton, President, CAMA.
CAMA was formed in 2012 as Colorado’s only trade association focused singularly on manufacturing. Created by manufacturers, for manufacturers, CAMA acts as the voice of manufacturing to help your business advance and grow. CAMA is a member driven organization in which all board and executive members have a deep vested interest in the success of the organization as a whole, and the businesses of each member. As an organization we share a common goal of advancing manufacturing in the state of Colorado and making it better and easier to do business here.
Toward Zero is an improvement program moving manufacturing companies towards zero waste by aligning manufacturing capabilities with business goals resulting in tangible profit growth.
“Toward Zero helps manufacturing customers all over the country, but we get even more excited about helping Colorado manufacturing companies develop competitive advantages allowing them to manufacture locally and compete globally. A strong manufacturing industry is great for Colorado and for our country in general”, added Steve Smith, Toward Zero Vice President, Arch.
Arch is a collection of industry leading engineers, scientists, consultants, technicians and project managers in the fields of control engineering, manufacturing operations management, change management, continuous improvement and predictive analytics.
Learn more about CAMA at www.coloradomanufacturing.org
Learn more about Toward Zero at www.MoveTowardZero.com