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Who Are We?

CAMPS is a nonprofit, membership organization representing the small and medium sized manufacturing (SMM) companies located in the Puget Sound area. We are a resource center bringing together manufacturers, supply chain partners, professional service providers and affiliates (government, education, and non-profit organizations) who all share common interests and promote Washington State Manufacturing Excellence. The value of a CAMPS membership lies in the power associated with being a part of a network of manufacturers, supply chain partners, business advisors, and strategic partners all working together. There is strength in collaboration and numbers.

Why Do Companies join CAMPS?

Build or expand business development.

Find solutions to problems and new opportunities.

Connect with other manufacturers and supply chain partners.

Strength in


  • 60% of member companies report finding new business opportunities because they are CAMPS members

  • Venues to interact with other manufacturers and supply chain partners

  • On-going source for current, emerging, and crisp information relating to manufacturing

  • Opportunities to “cost share” on projects, certifications, and training

  • Share in grant benefits

  • Access to 21st Century Workforce skills and applicants

  • Power of the Network – Power in Numbers


Is CAMPS for Your Company?

If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you will find your membership in CAMPS to be of great value to you.

  • Are you interested in having access to the latest innovations, technologies, and new market opportunities?

  • Are you interested in learning how the region’s small and medium manufacturers (SMM) have found value in working together to strengthen their supply chain capabilities and offerings?

  • Do you see value in locating high value resources that have been tested and valued by other manufacturers?

  • Do you see value in accessing condensed, crisp, and relevant Advanced Manufacturing information?

  • Do you want to connect with other successful manufacturing leaders in the region?

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