Process Technology Makes Local Donations During COVID-19
Process Technology, supplier to the finishing industry since 1978, gives back to local community center and food pantry during the COVID-19 pandemic.
John Opron of Process Technology prepares to deliver donations to the McKinley Community Outreach Center in Willoughby, Ohio.
All three Process Technology campuses participated in a donation drive to help their local communities. Nonperishable food items and monetary donations were collected for the McKinley Community Outreach Center in Willoughby, Ohio, and the Amery Area Food Pantry in Amery, Wisconsin.
The McKinley Community Outreach Center provides household and food items to residents of Willoughby and the neighboring communities of Willoughby Hills, Willowick, Wickliffe, Eastlake, Timberlake and Lakeline. The Amery Area Food Pantry provides nonperishable food items to those in need in the community.
Process Technology (PT) also offered assistance to those within the organization who might have additional needs caused by the current pandemic. John Opron, director of talent at PT, emphasizes that we’re all in this together.
Since 1978, Process Technology has been providing heaters, exchangers, coils, controls, accessories and power supplies to the surface finishing and high purity markers. PT has its international corporate headquarters and product development center in Willoughby, Ohio, and production and warehouse facilities in Mentor, Ohio, and Amery, Wisconsin.
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