Manufacturing in Maryland today is evolutionary. The state's diverse, high caliber industry sectors — aerospace and defense, information and technology, cybersecurity, biotechnology and energy and sustainability are energizing the emergence of new products and services while transforming manufacturing and production for the 21st century and beyond. Maryland just released new survey results showing that Maryland’s manufacturing firms play a crucial role in the state’s economy, employing more than 100,000 workers and generating over $20 billion. Check out the report here.
With an enviable strategic location, a highly skilled workforce, excellent education system, superior transportation infrastructure and desirable quality of life, Maryland provides more opportunities per square mile to start, locate or expand your business.
For more information about manufacturing in Maryland, contact
Carl Livesay at (410) 456-4260.
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Celebrate Maryland Manufacturing Month
Throughout October, Maryland will celebrate its rich manufacturing industry. The festivities kick off with National Manufacturing Day on October 3 and continue during the month. Four forums and conferences are planned, featuring manufacturers, industry leaders and representatives of public resources:
Find a full list of National Manufacturing Day events across the nation, including virtual events, through the MFG DAY website.
Featured Company: Gamse Lithographing
Gamse Lithographing Company
, has produced and printed labels for millions of everyday items in the United States, Canada and Latin America. Based in Rosedale in Baltimore County, the company’s clients include Crayola, Heinz, Yuengling, Walgreens and Walmart.
- Employment (2013) -106,450 jobs
- Leading subsectors:
- Computer and electronic product manufacturing - 18,600 jobs
- Food manufacturing - 14,400 jobs
- Chemical manufacturing - 11,900 jobs
- Printing and related activities - 7,900 jobs
- Business establishments (2013) - 3,680
- Total wages (2013) - $7.37 billion
- Average salary (2013) - $69,210
- Gross state product (2012) - $20.03 billion
- Federal procurement (FY2013) - $4.19 billion
- Exports (2012) - $11.7 billion