• Two EACC Member Companies Receive Ohio Success Awards

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    March 25, 2019
    The EACC would like to congratulate member companies Deceuninck North America and General Tool Company on their recent Ohio Sucess Awards.

    Ohio Business magazine, which presents the awards, notes "the Ohio Success Awards recognizes the accomplishments of companies that have demonstrated growth in revenue and employees, as well as having demonstrated involvement in their community and service in their industry; nonprofits that have made a significant impact upon the communities they serve; governmental organizations that have created unique value or opportunities based upon their ingenuity, partnership and perserverence; and leaders who have demonstrated beyond comparison that their efforts have made a lasting impact." Click here to learn more.

    Below, please find profiles of the recognized EACC member companies.

    Deceuninck North America:
    Deceuninck North America is honored to have been recognized for its strong, continuous growth at the inaugural Ohio Success Awards earlier this year. In 2019, the company marks a significant milestone – its 50th Anniversary. A market leader in the design and manufacture of window and door profile systems, the company employees more than 500 people at its facility in Monroe. Built on the three pillars of Innovation, Design and Sustainability, the company has essentially doubled its revenue from 2011 to 2018. Deceuninck North America is committed to sustained growth, investment in employees and strong community relationships. 

    General Tool Company:
    General Tool Company has received an Ohio Success Award, for being one of the top 50 companies in the state for its 2018 growth in Sales and Employment. The 71 year old Reading, Ohio third generation family company is one of the premier aerospace and defense suppliers in the nation. GTC provides critical assemblies and parts for US Navy Aircraft Carriers, Destroyers and Hovercraft, along with flight hardware for military and commercial jet engines. GTC has close to 300 craftsmen and women at their factory now and expects this number to grow over the next 2-3 years to meet the demand for advanced mission-critical hardware. 

    Do you know of an EACC member company, including your own, that has recently won an award or earned notable recognition? Please let us know so we can share the good news! Please email EACC Operations Manager Dayna O'Brien: dayna.obrien (at) europe-cincinnati.com

     
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