Manufacturing

manufacturing

The agricultural base also provides for a strong skilled workforce for fabrication and manufacturing. We have a strong presence of trailer manufacturing with Mirage, Interstate and Double R, all producing cargo and utility trailers and then Pacific Coach Works and Heartland producing RVs.

The manufacturing Industry within Nampa brings significant value to our community and reaches to both a local and global level. Overall, Nampa has more than 17% of the workforce within manufacturing, nearly twice the national rate.

Manufacturer's in Nampa benefit from its local community college (College of Western Idaho), and its universities (Boise State and Northwest Nazarene University). CWI offers an array of professional and technical training programs that can be customized for your needs. They also have the ability to utilize workforce development training fund dollars to create these specialized education and training needs.

Some of the top products being manufactured in Idaho are electrical components, food processing, lumber and wood products, machinery, chemicals, printed materials, and fabricated metal products.

Manufacturing Companies in Nampa


Below are just a few of the world-class manufacturing companies that have chosen to operate in Nampa.

PlexuswoodgrainfleetwoodHeartlandMiragepacific steelImage NationalKinroKing MenusSteelhead MetalatlasWestern Window
Double R TrailersAlllied SeedPromoto billetCentennial PlasticsHome Style IndustriesHarris Moran

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Manufacturing Quick Facts


Accounts for almost 9% of the State's economy
Over 24,000 workers throughout the Boise Valley are employed in manufacturing industry
Products manufactured in the Boise Valley are used and seen throughout the country and globally

Manufacturing Resources
TechHelp
TechHelp manufacturing specialists provide technical and professional assistance, training and information to Idaho manufacturers, processors and inventors to help them strengthen their global competitiveness through product and process improvements.
Food Technology Center
The Food Technology Center is a 7,000 sq.ft. certified food processing facility located in Caldwell, Idaho, adjacent to the University of Idaho Business and Technology Incubator. Its purpose is to provide a multi-use facility where individuals and food companies can receive comprehensive business, technical, and educational assistance to develop or improve their food business.
Idaho Workforce Development Training Program
The Idaho Workforce Development Training Program can provide job skill training for new employees of companies expanding in Idaho and skill upgrade training of current workers who are at risk of being permanently laid off to prevent that lay off.

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