Process Technology Wins Fast Track Award
Annual award recognizes top 50 for-profit companies in Lake and Geauga County that have a positive influence and attract attention to the area.
Process Technology received a Fast Track 50 award for the second time in two years. The annual awards recognizes the top 50 for-profit companies in Ohio’s Lake and Geauga County that have a positive influence and attract attention to the area. A combination of factors are used to determine winners, including average company sales, five-year employment growth and a minimum sales profit percentage.
Company representatives at the Fast Track 50 Awards Gala included Paul Hido, director of finance; Bob Dragolic, director of operations; Doreen Langa, senior product manager; Erin Giddings, marketing communications; Valerie Martin, customer service manager; Jennifer Baker, accounting supervisor; Darcy Petrof, project manager; and Cait Shick, supply chain planner.
Jennifer Baker, Erin Giddings, Valerie Martin and Cait Schick helped represent Process Technology at the Fast Track 50 awards Gala.
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