6/29/2015

Columbia Chemical Receives Employee-Ownership Award

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The company began employee stock ownership in 2005 and has been 100 percent employee-owned since 2012.

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Eight Columbia employees were present at the OCEO Conference to receive the company’s award for 10 years of employee ownership:  (Kneeling in front, l to r) Bill Rosenberg, Jr. and Mark Schario.  (Back row, l to r) Tim Lang, Doug Rubino, Brett Larick, Mariann Dance, Martin Gall, and Greg Schneider.

 

Columbia Chemical Columbia Chemical recently received an Ohio Employee Ownership Award in recognition of 10years of employee ownership.

 

The company began employee stock ownership in 2005 and has been 100 percent employee-owned since 2012.  The award was presented at the Ohio Center for Employee Ownership (OCEO) Conference, which drew a crowd of nearly 400 people.

Columbia Chemical is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of zinc and zinc-alloy plating additives. 

 

For more information, contact Columbia Chemical Corporation, 1000 Western Drive, Brunswick, OH 44212, 330/225-3200, columbiachemical.com

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