Process Technology Wins Respected Fast Track 50 Award!

Fast Track 50 Awarded for the second time to Lake County manufacturing business Process Technology.

WILLOUGHBY, Ohio - Nov. 14, 2019 - PRLog -- After an evening of networking with fellow Lake and Geauga business representatives, Process Technology was pleased to be awarded a second Fast Track 50 Award in two years.

Attending the 2019 event on behalf of Process Technology were Paul Hido (Chief Financial Officer), 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 Manager).

The annual Fast Track 50 Awards gala, held this year at La Malfa in Mentor OH, recognizes the top 50 for-profit companies in Lake and Geauga County that have a positive influence and attract attention to the area. A combination of factors, including average company sales, five-year employment growth, and a minimum sales profit percentage are used to determine winners.

About Process Technology

Since 1978, Process Technology has been serving the Surface Finishing and High Purity/Semiconductor markets with quality heaters, exchangers, coils, controls, anodes, accessories, and power supplies. Process Technology operates out of its new International Corporate Headquarters and Product Development Lab in Willoughby OH, with a Production and Warehouse Center in Mentor OH and a Power Supply Facility in Amery WI.

See Process Technology online: https://www.processtechnology.com/

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