The end result of this program will be to further the Hitachi Foundation’s mission, per its CEO and president Barbara Dyer:
“The Hitachi Foundation is uniquely focused on the roles of business in society. Our strategy is to promote employer practices that enhance business value while also boosting economic opportunities for lower-wealth Americans. PMAEF is an excellent partner for us and we are pleased to be a part of the Metalforming Pioneer Awards. The three companies highlighted here join the previous six as outstanding examples of how your sector’s leaders are ‘doing well’ and ‘doing good’ to the great benefit of their employees and communities.”
Congratulations to all of the Metalforming Pioneer Award winning companies, and to all of the companies in the industry taking advantage of the opportunity to learn from them. Our hope is that you will apply some of their practices to improve your bottom line and the careers and life styles of your employees.
Dave Sansone, PMAEF executive director
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