MESA Regional Groups

Industry Professionals Serving Industry Professionals

MESA is a community of likeminded professionals where ideas are always welcome and all contributors work to share best practices and continually move industry forward.  Often times, specific operational or technical challenges rally the community to action.  Other times, the drivers are more specific to a geographic region.  In either case, the MESA community can respond

MESA Regional Groups draw industry professionals together to look at the manufacturing/production/Information Technologies-related challenges in specific geographical areas.  They leverage the MESA structure to share best practices and learn how to keep up with the demands of their businesses in their region.  Are the demands unique in the world?  Perhaps.  Are there existing initiatives and knowledge within MESA that can help?  Very likely so.  No matter where the answers lie, these Regional Groups have the ability to learn from the MESA community and drive it forward in new ways, as dictated by the needs of their regions.

Contact Megan Calles or  +1 480.893.6883 or click on any group below for details and a link to sign up to participate.

Interested in starting a new group? Contact Brandy Richardson or +1 480.893.6883.

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All MESA members participating in MESA Committees and Groups agree to support MESA's tradition of industry professionals serving industry professionals by acting in accordance with our Committee and Group Policies and Procedures.


EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa)


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Note: MESA's Global Education Program also offers courses in various regions of the world.  Click here to learn more about how MESA offers you an opportunity to gain a certificate of Competency or a Certificate of Awareness in the MES/MOM space.