Manex provides a broad array of proven advisory and implementation solutions exclusively to manufacturers, distributors, and their supply chains.
Manex expertly serves all northern California cities and towns. We are the recognized leader in consulting and advising for all operations, management, and personnel needs of large to small manufacturing companies. We bring you superior quality consulting and training, and we are local to you. We deliver high-impact services and solutions in five essential organization areas: strategy, people, training, performance, and Lean manufacturing. Our teams bring world-class expertise and insight to quickly help you achieve cost efficiencies and increased profits. As a CA state MEP Partner we are available to guide you in developing everything you need—tools, metrics and best practice processes to improve profits and ROI. And we are the leading LEAN consult and train team. Learn more about Manex.
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Manex has provided manufacturing consulting services in San Francisco. South San Francisco. SF Bay Area. San Francisco Bay Area. San Bruno. Santa Clara. Palo Alto. Redwood City. Daly City. Santa Clara. Concord. San Jose. Fremont. Hayward. San Leandro. Oakland. Berkeley. Alameda. Richmond. Marin. San Rafael. Benicia. American Canyon. Santa Rosa. Napa. Sonoma. Novato. Fairfield. Vacaville. Dixon. Davis. Woodland. Sacramento. West Sacramento. Roseville. Rancho Cordova. El Dorado Hills.
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By Gene Russell, President and CEO of Manex Consulting Just in from the National Association of Manufacturers: “Overall, the pace of manufacturing job openings has trended higher, consistent with the tight labor market seen