Partnerships

ProShop ERP  is proud to partner with many organizations in the U.S and Canada. Investing in sponsorships means investing in the machine shop community, which is very important to us. ProShop’s support reflects on our companies core values: optimism, learning, innovation, integrity, diversity, empathy, and collaboration.  By sponsoring events, tradeshows, educational grants, and more, we are supporting the goals of our clients, the machining community, and our employees.

Listed below are the organizations we have partnered with.

Women in Manufacturing

The Women in Manufacturing Association (WiM) is the only national trade association dedicated to providing year-round support to women who have chosen a career in the manufacturing industry.

PNAA

Pacific Northwest Aerospace Alliance is a non-profit organization made up of coalition of aerospace companies that serve North America’s largest commercial aerospace manufacturing cluster which centers round The Boeing Company and other growing segments in the Pacific Northwest.

NTMA

The National Tooling & Machining Association (NTMA) is a US-based membership trade association with the collective power of 1100 thriving tool & die and precision manufacturing companies representing more than $35 billion in sales.

Since its founding in 1943, NTMA has remained relevant by changing with the times, focusing on the future of American manufacturing as exemplified by our members: small and medium-sized companies, many of them family owned or privately held.

NTMA has the know-how, resources and national presence to drive positive change and growth. Our growing membership is gaining momentum and bringing a new perception to precision manufacturing across the U.S.

PMPA

The PMPA is an international trade association representing the interests of the precision machined products industry. While PMPA consists mainly of U.S. and Canada based manufacturers, its members also operate facilities in various industrial markets around the globe.

Aerospace Industries Association of Canada

For over fifty years, the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada has worked with its members to develop what is today the fifth-largest national aerospace industry in the world. By collaborating with industry and with government to develop products, services, programs and policies that enhance Canadian aerospace companies, AIAC helps the industry to invest, innovate, and develop best-in-class capabilities in the civil, defence and space sectors.

Pacific Northwest Defense Coalition

Since 2005, PNDC has worked to create, grow, & diversify new business development opportunities for Pacific Northwest defense & security industry businesses. We proudly represent the most comprehensive defense network in the Northwest with approximately 300 member companies. Through diligent government advocacy and our expansive network, we help facilitate billions in defense spending, strengthening our members & our nation’s security.

OCD & Eagle Manufacturing: A Perfect Match made possible by ProShop

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Eagle Manufacturing

Founded in 2017 as a single-student extracurricular venture, Eagle Manufacturing has expanded exponentially since its conception. Without a doubt, Eagle Manufacturing could not have been created at a better time in a more perfect location. In Brown County Indiana, the manufacturing industry had burned out with the For Bare Feet sock factory fire in 2011. The concept of a Student Run Manufacturing Business had been popularized by Cardinal Manufacturing in 2007-2008. The Brown County High School Project Lead the Way program had an abundance of underused and expensive machinery and Eagle Manufacturing began as a way to use the equipment the school had been fortunate enough to acquire, and has since grown into a program supporting students to learn “employability” skills in a real world workplace environment.

Bellingham Technical College

Bellingham Technical College’s labs will train you for your career with high-tech machining equipment. In your classes, you’ll learn how to use machine tools such as lathes, drill presses, and milling machines, in addition to blueprint reading, basic CNC programming and machine processes. Employers who hire graduates from BTC’s Machining program include aircraft, boat, and automobile manufacturers, industrial machinery firms, and machine shops.