ITC Manufacturing: Leaders in Wire Mesh Decking

Just A Few Of Our Favorite Things – Valentine’s Day Special

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! It’s the season of love and we wanted to share with you just a few of our favorite things.

Manufacturing

Manufacturing in the United States is crucial. According to The Balance, U.S. Manufacturing produces 18.2 percent of the world’s goods. It is the strength and backbone of the American economy, creating jobs and driving the well-being of the American people.  ITC Manufacturing assures the highest quality by manufacturing all its products right here in the United States. ITC creates products that create American jobs.

Read more here: https://itcmfg.com/itc-drives-american-jobs

Reference – The Balancehttps://www.thebalance.com/u-s-manufacturing-what-it-is-statistics-and-outlook-3305575

Material Handling

ITC has long been established as a leading manufacturer of wire mesh products for the material handling and storage product industries. If it wasn’t for the quality and wide range of wire products ITC manufacturers, the loyal support from all material handling customers, partners and friends, the company wouldn’t be where they are today.

Veterans

ITC Manufacturing is a huge supporter of the men and women who currently serve and have served in this great country and is fortunate enough to employ over ten veterans who have served in different branches of the U.S. military. ITC has received much recognition from the local and national community for its veteran support in the workplace.

Read more on ITC Veterans: https://itcmfg.com/itc-recognizes-heroes-served-u-s-military/

America

The pledge says it all. Land of the free. Home of the brave.

ITC’s team, culture and community

ITC feels more like a family environment rather than a work environment. The relationships built between the Phoenix and Columbus plants and all of ITC’s customers will last a lifetime. We are proud of all our employees and the hard work they put in every day to make ITC successful.

To all of our employees, friends, colleagues, partners and customers…we appreciate YOU! Spread some love.

FENCETECH18

ITC Manufacturing will be attending FENCETECH this week in Phoenix, Arizona.

FENCETECH is the annual gathering of thousands from the fence, ornamental and miscellaneous metals industries. FENCETECH and METALfab’s second co-location takes place in Phoenix February 6-9, 2018.  This year’s event will include leaders and innovators who are getting together for the purpose of building future success at all levels: industry, company and personal.

Connect with us at the show to learn more about our premier Architectural Fencing System (AFS)!

ITC Manufacturing has expanded its expertise to include the fabrication and sale of external fencing (welded wire mesh) to a diverse customer base. As an aesthetically superior alternative to chain link fencing, AFS is relatively maintenance free, versatile, weather resistant, secure and less obtrusive than traditional options. AFS is ideal for any area that needs to be fenced off to bring an extra level of security and safety.

Learn more about FENCETECH: http://www.americanfenceassociation.com/fencetech/

Learn more about ITC Manufacturing: https://itcmfg.com/

Learn more about AFS Fencing: https://itcmfg.com/products/afs-fencing/

Holiday Luncheons!

The holidays are here! And what better way to kick-off the weekend than with a catered lunch to celebrate! In both our Columbus and Phoenix plants, employees came out, some even in ugly sweaters, to enjoy a hot buffet catered by their favorite local spots, an ugly sweater contest and a raffle drawing where they could win an array of prizes. Everyone loved the food, attire, company and holiday spirit that was shared throughout the event.

We hope everyone has a wonderful Christmas and Happy Holidays!

Check out images from the event in both Phoenix and Columbus, below.

Operation Santa

Christmas came early for ITC families this last Saturday! Santa Claus and his little elf helper took time out of their busy schedule to stop by the Columbus plant and deliver a special gift to all the children. The gifts delivered were personally selected for each child based on their age and gender.

To bring in the spirit of the season, families enjoyed the day with holiday music and food for the whole family. Kids had balloons to play with and crayons and coloring books to keep them entertained.

Overall, it was a great day to celebrate the holiday season and bring ITC families together!

“The kids loved Santa Claus and had big precious smiles on their faces,” said Brett Caron, HR Business Partner at ITC. “To see how happy everyone was really made my day.”

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from ITC!!

ITC RECOGNIZES HERO CURRENTLY SERVING IN THE U.S. MILITARY

As part of ITC’s initiative to recognize and honor Veterans, we are proud to highlight Joe Grafe, our ITC Hero who is currently serving!

Joe Grafe – Columbus, Army National Guard

 

We are so proud of all our ITC heroes who have served and currently serving! Thank you for your service to this great country and dedication to ITC!

“We owe all of our Veterans thanks and appreciation for serving our country and protecting our freedoms. Our veterans will always have a special place in our hearts,” said CEO and President, Faruk Gole.

ITC MANUFACTURING HONORS HEROES

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ITC MANUFACTURING HONORS HEROES

ITC Military Vets Are Recognized For Their Service During the Thanksgiving Season

Phoenix, Arizona – (Nov. 22, 2017) – International Technical Coatings (ITC Manufacturing), the premier manufacturer of wire mesh products for material handling and fencing today expresses its wealth of gratitude to its heroes who have served and currently serve in the United States Military. Throughout the month of November, ITC Manufacturing employees have been recognized for their accomplishments, experiences and time served in the different branches of the United States Military including the Army, Marines and Navy.

Top row, from left to right: Ron Coleman, Joe Grafe, Michael Hernandez, Ray Ray Limbrick, Ron Petty. Bottom row, from left to right: James Walker, Terri Wiggins, George Williams, Tony Winkler.

“We are honored and proud to be part of such a great country and want nothing more than to give thanks to all of the men and women who serve to protect our freedoms every day, especially our ITC Heroes,” said CEO Faruk Gole. “With the spirit of Thanksgiving in the air, we are not only grateful for our Veterans but for all of our employees. Their commitment, hard work and dedication to ITC define our company culture and we are truly grateful for them.”

United States Army

Ronald Coleman, Production Coordinator in Columbus served in the U.S. Army from 1987 through 1989 as an Infantry Scout in the U.S. Army.

“One of the things I like most about ITC is the company recognizes employees who go above and beyond expectations with different types of incentives,” said Coleman. “ITC feels more like a family environment rather than a work environment.”

In addition, Chuck Forsha was recognized for his service from 1973 through 1975 and 1983 through 1989.

United States Marines

In Phoenix, both Michael Hernandez, Production Control Specialist and James Walker, Tooling Engineer were recognized for their service in the U.S. Marines. Hernandez worked as Intel and served five combat operations as a Sergeant. Walker worked as a 0311 Infantry Rifleman and served on a combat deployment in Iraq and a tour around Southeast Asia. As a Maintenance Lead, Tony Winkler served a six-year tour where he was stationed at several different bases in the United States and abroad. In addition, Ray Ray Limbrick was recognized for his service from 2001 through 2006.

“I quite literally owe the life I enjoy today to ITC as I came to Phoenix from California with absolutely nothing,” said Winkler. “Everything I have today started with Johnnie’s handshake and Beth’s ‘welcome aboard.’ I am eternally grateful for both.”

United States Navy

George Williams, Inventory/Shipping Coordinator at ITC’s Columbus plant served four years, including one tour in the Mediterranean as an Equipment Operator (E-O). Terri Wiggins, Shipping Manager in Phoenix served one tour of duty. In addition, Eric Smith was recognized for his service from 2007 through 2011.

“ITC has helped me expand in many areas throughout the company. I love its diversity and sense of family,” said Wiggins.

Other ITC heroes recognized during the month of November were Ron Petty and Joe Grafe for their service in the Army National Guard.

Recently, ITC Manufacturing distributed more than 200 frozen turkeys for the Thanksgiving holiday to all its employees in both Phoenix and Columbus as a way to say thank you. This event happens annually and is one of ITC’s favorite traditions.

ITC Manufacturing has been committed to hiring veterans and reservist members for a number of years and is part of the Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).

Connect with ITC Manufacturing on Twitter @Itcmanuf, on Facebook, and on LinkedIn. For more information on ITC’s Heroes, visit ITC’s blog here: https://itcmfg.com/blog

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