Welcome to Eastern Advanced Manufacturing Alliance
EAMA is a non-profit organization comprised of manufacturers in eastern Connecticut, south central Massachusetts, and northwest Rhode Island. EAMA promotes manufacturing careers and development and advances in manufacturing education, and works with its education and training partners to improve the regional manufacturing workforce. EAMA also creates a platform for its diverse group of more than 35 member companies – which employ more than 12,000 workers – to speak with one voice to advance the region’s manufacturing agenda.
On November 24, 2014, Governor Malloy announced that two new integrated high school and college programs in Windham and New London will launch in the fall of 2015. Modeled after IBM’s much heralded Pathways in […]
On November 17, 2014, Governor Dannel Malloy announced that the State Bond Commission will vote to approve $5 million for the continued expansion of the Connecticut Technical High School System’s (CTHSS) manufacturing programs, as well […]
- Support our mission.
- Network with local manufacturers.
- Give back to your community.
- Get access to benefits for your company and employees.
Through events and networking, EAMA has provided resources that have helped our company implement a nationally recognized training program. EAMA has also introduced Westminster Tool to a variety of state resources that are available to help our company grow.
I think the greatest benefit is the combined group of manufacturers become a loud voice with state officials when we share common goals
EAMA recognizes the importance of establishing a strong advanced manufacturing base in our region as this is a key vehicle for the economic development of many of our towns. By promoting the education of our workforce, we are strengthening Eastern Connecticut as a center of excellence for advanced manufacturing.
Bollore Incorporated, part of the Bollore Group, is committed to being a good corporate citizen, by actively participating in EAMA activities designed to strengthen local manufacturing competitiveness. It’s good for our business, our area, and our economy. It’s good business, period!