Heatcraft Awarded 2015 Corporate Citizenship Award

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Ray Clarke, Director of Parts Sales & Warranty, accepted the Movers & Makers Award for Corporate Citizenship on behalf of Heatcraft.

Stone Mountain, GA, March 19, 2015 - Heatcraft Worldwide Refrigeration, a leading global provider of commercial refrigeration components, systems and refrigerated display cases, received special recognition as the 2015 Movers & Makers Award winner in the Corporate Citizenship category. The annual Gwinnett Partnership Movers & Makers Awards recognize exceptional companies in the areas of manufacturing and supply chain within the Gwinnett County, GA, business community. Heatcraft was selected for its environmental stewardship, commitment to a strong labor force and community involvement.

“Heatcraft is honored to be selected as winner of this prestigious Corporate Citizenship award. Through ethical business practices, Heatcraft has strived to establish itself as a company dedicated to enhancing the development of and safe working conditions for its workforce, as well as, actively take part in opportunities to give back to our local and regional communities,” said Larry Golen, Vice President and General Manager of Heatcraft Refrigeration Products. “Additionally, Heatcraft is fully engaged in programs that are focused on reducing environmental impact, such as landfill waste reduction and decreased water and energy consumption. We make a concerted effort to partner with suppliers and customers who seek to implement many of the same practices in their businesses.”

Heatcraft refrigeration products are engineered and manufactured in its three Georgia facilities in Stone Mountain, Tifton and Columbus. The success of Heatcraft products are the result of the company’s commitment to manufacture innovative, sustainable, energy-efficient refrigeration products that preserve food and other perishables that are used by industry leaders in supermarkets, convenience stores, restaurants, warehouses and distribution centers worldwide, along with a wide variety of industrial non-food applications.

To read more on this event, an article from the Gwinnett Daily Post can be found here.

For more information and further coverage, visit partnershipgwinnett.com and heatcraftrpd.com.