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Celebrating National Manufacturing Month in Temecula

Celebrating National Manufacturing Month in Temecula

October is National Manufacturing Month, where we celebrate and recognize the contributions of the manufacturing industry.

Manufacturing has been an integral part of Temecula's economy, providing over 7,500 jobs. Riverside County, where Temecula is located, also boasts nearly 1,800 manufacturing businesses, making it the 14th largest manufacturing workforce among all California counties. This makes manufacturing a critical component of our local and state economy.

The manufacturing industry is crucial to Temecula's economy, supporting several other industries, as well. Companies that manufacture goods generate a significant amount of economic output, wages, and tax revenue. Manufactured goods produced in Temecula are sold throughout the world, creating a positive trade impact that benefits the local economy. The industry has also provided excellent job growth for the area, supporting both skilled and unskilled laborers at numerous levels.

Manufacturing companies in Temecula are also driving innovation. Manufacturing processes are becoming increasingly high-tech and complex, requiring top-of-the-line technology and software to meet customer demands. As such, these companies are investing in research and development, enabling more advanced production, thus staying competitive in the industry. For example, many local manufacturers have integrated advanced automation systems into their processes to achieve productivity increases and quality enhancements.

When it comes to manufacturing and sustainability, there are several factors related to waste and pollution. However, many Temecula manufacturers are implementing sustainable practices, such as green technology and renewable energy sources. As a result, they're not only reducing their carbon footprint but also minimizing waste and promoting sustainability. Sustainable manufacturing serves as an excellent model for meeting both economic and environmental goals.

Recognizing the TVCC Member businesses:

  • 60 Grit Studios
  • AARD Spring and Stamping - Polycraft Label Mfg.
  • Abbott
  • Advanced Ultrasound Solutions
  • Agate Technology
  • Ameresco Solar
  • Aquamor
  • AXEON Water Technologies
  • CED Consolidated Electrical Distributors
  • Douglas Technologies Group Inc.
  • Elite Portable Air
  • FFF Enterprises, Inc.
  • Golden West Biosolutions, LLC
  • Golden West Diagnostics, LLC
  • iatrixAir, inc.
  • II-VI Aerospace & Defense
  • Infineon Technologies Americas Corp.
  • J-CAT Safety Products, Inc.
  • JIL Group USA, Inc.
  • Milgard Manufacturing
  • MilliporeSigma
  • Modine Manufacturing Company
  • Pacific Barcode, Inc.
  • Paulson Manufacturing Corp.
  • QC Manufacturing
  • REUZEit
  • Scotts Miracle-Gro Company, The
  • SoCal Crushpad
  • Soft Touch Group
  • Temecula Electrical Supply

Temecula's manufacturing industry is an important part of the local economy, providing numerous jobs and supporting various related sectors. With the continued growth of the industry, it's essential to emphasize its contribution to promoting innovation, sustainability, and economic development. 

The Southwest California Manufacturing Council (SCMC) has made it their mission to work towards a common goal - to establish a solid foundation for manufacturing growth and success in the Southwest California region. With support, education, and assistance for local manufacturing and industrial companies, the SCMC is determined to enhance the region's business climate. The establishment of the council itself was a testament to the dedication and collaboration of the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce, the City of Temecula, and representatives from the manufacturing sector. With over 15 years of existence, the SCMC has made strides towards building strong leadership for manufacturing and promoting regional growth, profitability, and stature.To learn more about the Southwest California Manufacturing Council (SCMC), please visit

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