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Industrial Resource Center available to assist area industries

October 9, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry Harb Nayar, president of TAT Technologies and founder of the TAT Technology Development and Training (TDT) Center, shows Eric Bridges, executive director of North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission, one of the many pieces of equipment at the facility which will be utilized to teach various powdered metal training courses.

The Northwest Pennsylvania Industrial Resource Center (NWIRC) were just one of the organizations that played a role in the recent opening of the TAT Technology Development and Training (TDT) Center in St. Marys.
During TAT's open house, Erin Heath, district manager of NWIRC based in DuBois, who worked closely with TAT Technologies President Harb Nayar, PhD, of Summit, N.J. in assisting with getting the business up and running, referred to industry trends being reported by industry groups and national accounting firms.
NWIRC is a private, nonprofit organization dedicated to serving small- to mid-sized manufacturers with up to 500 employees. Its mission is to support manufacturers with the necessary resources for long-term success, specifically with best practices education, growth and planning services, benchmarking and innovative manufacturing ideas.

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