Business Creating Sustainable Communities
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These are not new concepts to us. Qualtek has been leading efforts to create sustainable communities for years. Read more about Qualtek's Q-munity and the results we've delivered to local communities here.
A recent article profiled the new Southern Colorado Business Partnership and covered the first SOCOM Expo. As a sponsor and strong supporter of this initiative, Qualtek helped demonstrate the importance and economic value of the manufacturing industry in Colorado. Read the article.
Qualtek hosted industry and education leaders at its manufacturing facility in Colorado Springs in October. Manufacturing Day roundtable discussions focused on workforce development, education and training programs that help prepare people with job skills to support manufacturing needs. Discussions also focused on industry alliances and sustainability in the manufacturing sector. Read the entire story.
In a recent Company Week article, Qualtek's Christopher Fagnant assesses how a Walmart Summit for US Suppliers could improve opportunities for local manufacturers and suppliers interested in re-shoring and creating jobs.
Qualtek has added a new controlled atmosphere pit furnace and can now treat parts up to 72" in length. Our new Vertical Pit Furnace delivers consistent temperature control to protect the quality of your parts with minimal distortion.
Qualtek's Q-munity Social Enterprise Receives Samaritan Institute Award
The coveted Samaritan Institute Award from the Colorado Ethics in Business Alliance (CEBA) was presented to Blue Star Recyclers at the 2014 awards luncheon. Blue Star Recyclers is part of Qualtek's Q-munity and was founded to create jobs for people with autism and other disAbilities. The award was accepted by Tony Fagnant (Qualtek CEO) and Bill Morris who co-founded Blue Star Recyclers in 2009.