April Power Manufacturing Award Nominees

The Power Manufacturing Award process has undergone several changes, the biggest of which is our promoting of deserving award nominees. One of these four nominees will win the Power Manufacturing Award for the month of April. 

Powerblanket is excited to announce the nominees for April’s Power Manufacturing Award: Advanced Composites, Aero Tech Manufacturing, Milgard Windows and Doors, and Biovation Labs. These businesses have shown to be exceptional when it comes to the key characteristics of a Power Manufacturer: innovative, unique and persevering. 

April Nominees

 

Advanced Composites

Advanced Composites: Operating out of Salt Lake City, Advanced Composites has worked hard for nearly 30 years to become one of the nation’s top carbon filament winding companies. With an eye for detail and a reputation of safety (this is their 7th year of being accident-free), Advanced Composites has earned their spot as a nominee for April’s Power Manufacturing Award.

 

Aero Tech ManufacturingAero Tech Manufacturing: One of the most employee-focused companies we’ve ever seen, Aero Tech Manufacturing was nominated for their recognition that good products are a result of good workers. For the past 25 years, employees have led the way in developing ways to innovate the manufacturing process, and according to the company’s website, that’s one of the things they’re most proud of.

Milgard Windows and Doors

 

Milgard Windows and Doors: While not based in Utah, Milgard Windows and Doors has a fantastic manufacturing facility in Salt Lake City, where company values result in a top-quality product. Those values, which got Milgard the nomination, are to focus on the customer, cultivate high-performance teams, and continuously improve, just to name a few. 

 

 

Biovation Labs

Biovation Labs: One of the most transparent manufacturers in Utah, Biovation Labs is a do-it-all nutritional supplement maker. From supplement creation to product packaging, Biovation has a hand in every part of the manufacturing process. Their policy of allowing tours of their facility, what they call “your own quality audit,” is one of the reasons for their nomination.

 

Each of these companies display the traits of a Power Manufacturing Award winner. We’re proud to recognize them as examples of excellence in the Utah manufacturing industry, and we look forward to working with them as we move ahead in the nomination process. Keep an eye out for the announcement of the winner later this month!

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