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Supplier Scouting & Matching Program

NHMEP’s Supplier Scouting & Matching Program connects businesses with sources that manufacture or distribute products across the country to meet demand.

Because NHMEP is part of a national network of MEP centers linked through the US Dept. of Commerce, we have access to thousands of suppliers across the country. Our supply chain experts will work with you to understand your needs and match you with companies with a high potential to provide you with the right supply chain solutions.

This is a free referral program led by the MEP National Network. There is no cost to manufacturers or participants.

Once we provide you with a match, businesses and suppliers are responsible for communicating directly to purchase products. All parties are strongly advised to exercise due diligence when entering agreements and are responsible for ensuring the quality and regulatory compliance of all goods/services transacted.

Questions? Please feel free to contact NHMEP Manufacturing Sector Partnership Advisor Evania Verley at (603) 724-4771 or evaniav@nhmep.org.

To view a national list of products needed, scroll to the bottom of the page for our Open Opportunities section.

To participate in the Supplier Scouting & Matching Program, click the appropriate box below.

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Need PPE Suppliers?

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Have Manufacturing Capacity?

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Open Supplier Scouting Opportunities from the MEP National Network

The following is a list of open supplier scouting opportunities from the MEP National Network. If your company has manufacturing capacity and is interested in producing any of the products below, please contact Evania Verley at evaniav@nhmep.org.

 

Opportunity Number Product Needed Product Spec Sheet Closing Date
2021-069 Low Density Polyethylene (LDPE) Amide & Silicone Free Bags View pdf 08/02/2021
2021-070 License & Manufacturing Partner for Battery Adapter Technology – FBI View pdf 08/09/2021
2021-071 Press Feedthrough Connector View pdf 08/09/2021
2021-072 Aluminum Air Valves for Bicycles View pdf 08/09/2021
2021-073 Small Wind Turbine Carbon Fiber Composite Blades View pdf 08/16/2021
2021-074 Fire Extinguisher Bottles View pdf 08/16/2021
2021-075 Nylon Dog Harnesses, Leashes and Collars View pdf 08/30/2021

 

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172 Pembroke Road
Concord, NH  03301

Phone: 603-226-3200

The New Hampshire Manufacturing Extension Partnership does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, national or ethnic origin, gender, disability, age, political affiliation or belief. This nondiscrimination policy encompasses the operation of all educational and training programs and activities. It also encompasses the employment of personnel and contracting for goods and services.

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