The Missouri Association of Manufacturers is the only organization dedicated solely to representing the interests of manufacturers in Missouri.
Our primary purpose is promoting, preserving and advancing manufacturing.
Founded in 1993, the association is dedicated to advocating
for the vital interests of all segments of manufacturing.
"Our initial entry into M.A.M. was for the substantial savings on our group health insurance that also had increased benefits. Now we find it not only has opened doors to the manufacturing community in Missouri, it also provides business support and legislative representation for us as well. Membership has proven to be a tremendous asset to our business."
- Danny Correll, President/General Manager
Missouri Manufacturing Data
Gross State Product
2018 Data from Missouri Economic Research and Information Center
Manufacturers contributed $2.362 trillion to the U.S. economy.
For every $1.00 spent in manufacturing, another $2.74 is added to
In 2017, there were 248,039 manufacturers in the U.S., with 183,094 employing less than 20
2018 Data from National Association of Manufacturers, Center for Manufacturing Research
Location of our Members
Represents city locations of
one or more members.
Exclusive Benefits to MAM Members from our Partners
A Partner is a defined as a business who does not qualify
as a manufacturer but provides services or products that
will benefit our manufacturing Members.
Each Partner company is thoroughly vetted and researched
to ensure we are collaborating with a recognized expert
in their field and trusted resource.
A key factor is they must align with
Missouri Association of Manufacturer’s mission:
To Promote, Preserve and Advance manufacturing in Missouri.
As a manufacturer, are you facing increased health care costs?
We offer a group health care plan designed specifically for manufacturers in Missouri.
For more information, call 417-863-7262, Ext. 101.
Zen and the Art of Manufacturing
By Bryan Sapot
How do you create calm in manufacturing? Until now, there hasn’t been anything focused on putting the pieces of the puzzle together – people, culture, lean, continuous improvement, theory of constraints, manufacturing, and tech.
How do all of these pieces come together to create the optimal manufacturer? This podcast focuses on the intersection of these topics so commonly talked about in manufacturing, but rarely explaining how to get it done.