RENO, Nev. – When businesspeople work with Nevada Industry Excellence, they walk away with their unique needs met for an affordable rate. NVIE helps industrial companies achieve enhanced productivity, increased profitability and improved global competitiveness. NVIE was recently awarded the National Institute of Standards and Technology’s MEP program cooperative agreement for Nevada following a competitive… Read More


Nevada’s Apprenticeship Project: Smarter Employers. Better Employees. By Cheryl Olson, Project Director, Nevada’s Apprenticeship Project More than 75 years ago, the apprenticeship system began in construction and other skilled trades. Today there are apprenticeships in more than 1,000 occupations, including careers in healthcare, IT, energy, advanced manufacturing and more. Northern Nevada is experiencing new economic growth… Read More


Nanotechnology refers to a wide range of substances manufactured at an atomic or molecular level. Because of the extremely small size of such materials, they have unique properties that are not yet understood. While nanotechnology is exciting and presents many possibilities for advancement in the future, there are also many undefined and unsubstantiated risks associated… Read More


Take a look at how using ice, made from regular water, can significantly cut down on your operations costs. Gone are the days of using technologies such as ultra-high pressure washers, dry ice blasters, harsh chemicals and abrasive medias to perform many of the critical cleaning, deburring, and/or surface preparation undertakings that are an expensive… Read More


The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) and more than 1100 manufacturers from across the nation joined in sending a unity letter to President-Elect Trump and Congress. In a press release, NAM president Jay Timmons noted the centrality of American manufacturing to the election: “This election makes clear that Americans agree that manufacturing is the nation’s… Read More