Process Technology wins Evolution in Manufacturing Award

Process Technology named Smart Business: Evolution in Manufacturing Award Honoree!

WILLOUGHBY, Ohio - Feb. 21, 2020 - PRLog -- Process Technology is proud to announce being selected as an Evolution of Manufacturing Award recipient for 2020.

The February 2020 issue of Smart Business Network Magazine showcases the twelve honorees of this year's Evolution of Manufacturing Award, which celebrates innovative manufacturing companies in Northeast Ohio who have used ingenuity and a forward-thinking strategy to become agile enough to evolve and change as the marketplaces they work with are also shifting.

On hand for the annual business awards dinner and accepting on behalf of Process Technology were Company President, Jody Richards, and Senior Vice President of Strategy, Sid Srivastava. Also in attendance at the event were Donato Bacco, Jamie Justice, and Kim Sarosy.

About Process Technology
Since 1978, Process Technology has been serving the Surface Finishing and High Purity/Semiconductor markets with quality heaters, exchangers, coils, controls, accessories, and power supplies. Process Technology operates out of its new International Corporate Headquarters and Product Development Lab in Willoughby OH, with a Production and Warehouse Center in Mentor OH and a Power Supply Facility in Amery WI.

See Process Technology online: https://www.processtechnology.com/

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