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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.

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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.
Jennifer Baker, Erin Giddings, Valerie Martin and Cait Schick helped represent Process Technology at the Fast Track 50 awards Gala.

 

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