Celebrate Manufacturing in Kentucky!
Lee Lingo, Executive Director, Kentucky Association of Manufacturers, celebrates MFGDay17 to kick off Manufacturing Month in Kentucky.
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Advocate. Educate. Connect.
The Kentucky Association of Manufacturers celebrates over 100 years of advocacy for manufacturers in Kentucky.
Established in 1911, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers is Kentucky’s most effective advocate for manufacturers. KAM’s mission is to create and protect a manufacturing-friendly environment in Kentucky. In addition to advocating, KAM educates, connects and provides cost-saving programs and products to members.
Catch up on the latest news from Kentucky manufacturers
Kentucky’s small businesses can apply for a portion of a $530,000 State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grant, received through... read more
Louisville-based digital agency Blackstone Media, recently launched a new, interactive website for Sonoma-Cutrer Vineyards, Brown-Forman’s sole wine brand. The... read more
After an extensive and deliberative search, the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM) is pleased to announce that a new... read more
Tech and industry giants partner with Kentucky startup to advance the US Manufacturing supply base towards a tech-enabled future
Ky-based startup MakeTime announced the launch, and participating industry partners, of the MakeTime Shop Advantage Program at Modern Machine... read more
KAM ensures CMWA’s voice in heard in Frankfort, so CMWA can concentrate on making the wheels that keep the automotive industry rolling. There are many organizations ready to speak on a company’s behalf, CMWA prefers to partner with the only organization in Kentucky focused solely on manufacturers: KAM.
Wacker Polymers considers the Kentucky Association of Manufacturers (KAM) to be the best advocate for manufacturing in the Commonwealth. Through KAM’s advocacy efforts, they listen and take action to address members’ concerns. KAM is focused on keeping the manufacturing industry vital and growing in Kentucky. Being a member of KAM and the Chemical Industry Coucil, I know our interests are being represented fairly and we will continue to make progress on the important issues facing our industry.