Qualtek President, Chris Fagnant, has agreed to contribute his perspective on manufacturing to The Fabricator blog for the next year. Chris will explore how manufacturers engaged in their communities will continue to contribute to the economy. See his first article.
The Jan/Feb issues of the Fabricators and Manufacturers Association publication profiles the ROI achieved by Qualtek’s solar array installation and other energy-saving initiatives including wind, demand and load management, and investing in energy efficient equipment.
Qualtek is excited to announce that Troy Roberts will become our new CEO on December 1. Roberts brings his expertise in stamping technology as President/COO of AIDA- America to help us grow. Read more.
Chris Fagnant, President of Qualtek, describes contradictory impact of Presidential election on Colorado manufacturing. Read the full article.
In its August issue, the National Sustainable Manufacturer Network Magazine detailed the return Qualtek gained from its investment in solar arrays, new energy efficient equipment purchases and wind power purchase agreement. Read the full story.
Qualtek received notice from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) that they reached all compliance criteria to be named a Gold Leader in the Environmental Leadership Program.
ELP is a statewide program that recognizes organizations that voluntarily go beyond compliance to continual environmental improvement.
For the second year in a row, Qualtek Manufacturing has been named as a finalist for the 2016 Top Company award. The winner will be announced on August 25 in Denver. Qualtek is one of three finalists in the manufacturing sector. Over 100 nominations were received and a panel of cross sector judges will select the Top Company. Qualtek President, Chris Fagnant, said this award represents the consistent quality and hard work of all the people at Qualtek.