Subcontract Manufacturing

What's Our 'Secret'?
We are a diversified manufacturing and services company focused on meeting the high expectations of our customers, and we do it all inside six Minnesota Correctional Facilities.  How?  With the help of incarcerated individuals, MINNCOR offers state of the art equipment, flexibility and an adaptable workforce that meets the ever-changing needs of local businesses.

Generating growth in business is challenging in today's world, especially when trying to meet increasing production needs.  Creating a cutting-edge subcontract relationship with MINNCOR Industries will provide your company with the additional production resources and facilities you need to expand your enterprise.

MINNCOR has over 60 subcontract partners from Minnesota's public and private sectors.  Some of the most successful companies in the state take advantage of our expanded and diverse production facilities, cost saving mechanisms, flexible production schedules, and reliable, consistent workforce.

Your business will have an array of services and manufacturing options from which to choose.  We can adapt our production facilities and staff to meet your company's unique demands.  Skilled workers will provide support in a variety of trades and services, including, but not limited to:

  • Assembly
  • Cabinet Making
  • Packaging
  • Sewing
  • Wood Fabrication

MINNCOR holds certification authority from the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) through the Private Sector/Prison Industry Enhancement Certification Program (PIE).  This authority allows state prosion industries to sell manufactured goods in interstate commerce.  BJA contracts the administrative components of the PIE program to the National Correctional Industries Association (NCIA).  For more information click here.

Our partners have found that jobs which are typically sent overseas can stay in the U.S.  This not only keeps jobs in the U.S., but also lowers transportation costs and time spent in transport.  PIECP participation is an effective way to curb idleness among an ever-increasing prison population and a cost-effective means of providing offenders with marketable job skills.  Additionally, taxpayers and the general public benefit from PIECP through reductions in incarceration costs, contributions to the Victims of Violent Crime Compensation Fund and deductions for federal, state, and local tax.  Offenders are paid the prevailing wage for the work done in the locality of the correctional facility.