News & Insights

We’re changing the narrative of the manufacturing industry one story at a time. CMTA’s award-winning storytelling team showcases California’s 30,000 manufacturers by uplifting the voices of our makers. Find industry news and the stories from those “Making California” below. 

Manufacturing Minute: Northrop Grumman Teaming Up with the U.S. Air Force

Find out California’s latest manufacturing news in the newest Manufacturing Minute episode with CMTA’s Vice President of Communications, Ananda Rochita. Manufacturing Minute is powered by Tri Tool Technologies.  ⚙️ Wisk is on its way to get its eVTOL Certification💫 ...

SacTown Talks: Interview with Lance Hastings

Sacramento, Calif. (SacTown Talks) – "Today, we welcome back to the program Lance Hastings, President and CEO of the California Manufacturers & Technology Association. We discuss artificial intelligence, the future of technology, California manufacturing, and...

ISO Certifications Leading to $250k in Tax Credits

Did you know that improving manufacturing processes can qualify for the Research and Development Tax Credit? IMSM, leading ISO specialists, has partnered with Strike Tax Advisory, a firm that enables all businesses to take advantage of the R&D tax credit with no...

Press Release

Here’s How California’s Budget Deficit Impacts Manufacturers

Jan 10, 2024

Sacramento, Calif.California’s Governor Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday the state is facing a projected budget deficit of $37.86 billion. Here’s what that means for the Golden State’s manufacturers.

Read the full budget summary for 2024-25 here.

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The California Manufacturers & Technology Association has advocated for pro-growth laws and regulations before the California legislature and administrative agencies since 1918. The total output from manufacturing in California is $300 billion per year, roughly 10 percent of the total economic output of the state. Manufacturers employ 1.3 million Californians paying wages more than $25,000 higher than other non-farm employers in the state. For more information, visit CMTA’s website.

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