Welcome to CAMC Bill Demmer
Welcome to the Capital Area Manufacturing Council (CAMC) website!  The CAMC is an executive-level driven manufacturing community that works together to improve mid-Michigan's manufacturing competitiveness by addressing and tackling common issues.

If you're a regional business leaders who cares about sharing and learning about ways to help our manufacturing industry improve and transform, we welcome you to join the CAMC!

Bill Demmer, President and CEO of Demmer Corporation and CAMC Chair
CAMC Events

DEC
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Michigan Manufactures Connect
WLNS, in partnership with CAMC, has developed a new program that will focus on addressing middle-ski...
JAN
13
CAMC Executive Meeting
Executive meetings are for CAMC’s primary designees, such as the CEO, CFO, COO or the highest ...
JAN
21
CAMC Workforce Meeting
Workforce meetings are for senior HR professionals working with/for a CAMC primary designee and are ...

Member Spotlight

Cameron Tool Expansion!
CAMC member Cameron Tool, a local tool and die maker, is planning a $931,000 expansion of its facility on Bassett Avenue in Lansing. The Tier 2 auto supplier plans to add 5,500 square feet and reorganize its existing space to accommodate a 20-ton crane and create a new machine bay. The company has more than doubled its sales during the past three years.  

“The state of the tooling industry is just great,” said Tracy Selden, president of Cameron Tool.  

The expansion will allow Cameron Tool to add 10 employees to the plant’s 75-member workforce.

CAMC/MEDC Manufacturing Tour
On November 14, three CAMC members opened their doors to MSU engineering and science students!  The event, dubbed the, "Live, Work, Play" tour, was sponsored by the MEDC and is designed to retain local talent!  A special thanks to Niowave, Roberts Sinto and Emergent BioSolutions!  See all pictures on CAMC's Facebook page!










 
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CAMC Members Secure 352K in STTF Funds!
Posted November 18, 2014

Congratulations to the following CAMC members who will be receiving funds from the Skilled Trades Training Fund (STTF) over the next 6 months to train their workforce: Cameron Tool, Franchino Mold & Engineering, Peckham, Gestamp, Roberts Sinto & Sandmold, Niowave, RSDC and Spartan Motors!

Together they will utilize over $352,000 in STTF funds to support critical classroom and customized training for 153 current employees and 142 new employees.

 
New Page on CAMC Website
Posted November 18, 2014

A new webpage has been created to highlight some of the great programs that local high schools are bringing to our community. If you know of any other programs, please send them to mcordano@camw.net, so CAMC can continue to be a resource to students/parents/teachers alike! Find it under "Partners", then "Unique Local Programs."
 
MSU's E-Week and Expo
Posted November 18, 2014

2015 Registration is now open! Michigan State University's College of Engineering is hosting an Engineering Career Expo during National Engineers Week (E-week) to provide a venue for students to explore a variety of options within the manufacturing and technology sectors while offering employers an opportunity to review talent and offer advice. The event will begin at 2:00 pm on Thursday, Feb. 26th (set-up begins at Noon). The Expo concludes at 5:00 pm.


 
CAMC On-Target Celebration Raises $$ for Kids Camp
Posted October 24, 2014

CAMC held an event at the Demmer Shooting, Sports, Education & Training Center on October 15 to celebrate the comeback of this important business alliance! The evening included a delicious dinner, a talented String Trio from Michigan State University, staffed archery and firearms ranges, and a silent auction - where we raised $725 for a kids' manufacturing summer camp in 2015.

In addition, a special recognition was also made to Bill Demmer for having the vision and determination to bring back the CAMC! See pictures on CAMC's Facebook page.

 
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2110 South Cedar
Lansing, MI 48910
(517) 492-5588
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CAMC, contact Michelle Cordano
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