MAME Health Trust Program is Launching Spring 2020

For more information see our FAQ about this plan

or call Lisa Martin - (207)747-4406


Don’t Miss Our Upcoming Events:

Manufacturing Congressional Round Table w/ Jared Golden Oct 1, 2019 2-3PM

Manufacturing Day Flagship Event at Arundel Machine Oct 1 , 2017 9AM-12PM

MAME Annual Gala Oct 24, 2019 4:30-8PM


We strive to promote and grow manufacturing in Maine.


The Manufacturers Association of Maine (MAME) is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization comprised of over 400 companies and 100 students in Maine. We serve our membership by providing business development, member services, legislative advocacy, scholarship programs, career connections for students and job seekers and networking opportunities and events.

Approximately 1,800 Maine manufacturing businesses employ more than 50,600 Maine residents.  The payroll tops $2.5 billion and accounts for 14% of wages paid statewide.

The manufacturing industry in Maine realizes over $5.3 billion dollars in GDP.  Manufacturing in Maine plays a vital role in the United States and Globally in military and defense, aerospace, metal, paper, marine/boat building, semi-conductor, wood, textile, aquaculture, biotech, medical device, electronics, RF and wireless communications, plastics, composites and bio-plastics, studio and food and beverage manufacturing.

Pratt and Whitney wants to advocate and support the Maine manufacturing community. That is why we are a member of the Manufacturers Association of Maine.
— Leo Dionne Manager of Quality Assurance-Pratt & Whitney


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