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Whether you want to improve productivity on the plant floor, comply with safety or environmental regulations, navigate the federal procurement process, introduce a new product, or improve your economic development potential, the University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services has the expertise to help you succeed.
The University of Tennessee Center for Industrial Services provides consulting solutions to help companies improve and grow. The UT CIS philosophy is to assess the company needs and provide only services that are value added. We utilize the most experienced consultants and most recent technologies. Resources with industry experience and University professors are available through the coordination of CIS Solutions Consultants as needed.Meet Our Solutions Consultants
UT Center for Industrial Services (UT CIS) wants to help food manufacturers across the state identify environmental and energy savings opportunities at their facilities. Our team believes that by identifying these opportunities…Read More
By Keith Ridley, Environmental, Health & Safety Program Manager and Danny Norman, Advanced Composites Technical Consultant The Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) met online and in person with five of our UT CIS team…Read More
UT CIS is currently seeking manufacturing consultants, on a part-time or contract basis, to deliver training and project implementation to manufacturers in the greater Memphis and Jackson regions. For more information, please…Read More
Does this sound familiar? “We struggle just to find good employees. When we do find them, we can’t keep them long enough to get them trained!” These are among the most common pain points that we hear as we talk to Tennessee…Read More
by Kenny Smith, Northeast TN Solutions Consultant The Tickle College of Engineering at UT Knoxville hosted the inaugural Senior Design Showcase at the end of last month. The projects featured work from exemplary students in a…Read More