Fredericks Featured in Pennsylvania Manufacturing: Alive and Well
Fredericks was recently recognized in the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association’s statewide publication, Pennsylvania Manufacturing: Alive and Well, for our contributions to the vitality of the state’s economy as well as for our diverse company size, longevity, and geographic market.
The publication chronicles notable “firsts” in business and lifestyle created by native Pennsylvanians and their companies. Our segment discusses our 80-year history of partnering with Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) worldwide to design and develop tilt and vacuum measurement devices and precision custom glass components. It goes on to feature our headquarters in Montgomery County, PA; our legacy as a family- and woman-owned small business; our team of more than 50 talented professionals; and our ISO 9001 certifications and patented brands including TELEVAC® and Fredericks Tilt Measurement.
“We are so pleased to be recognized by Pennsylvania Manufacturing: Alive and Well for our steadfast commitment to not just the state, but the country’s economic vitality,” said Heidi McKenna, President of Fredericks. “Since our founding in 1935, we have strived to maintain traditional values of hard work, precision, and performance, and being featured in this publication is a true testament to that pledge.”
Founded in 1909 by Bucks County industrialist Hon. Joseph R. Grundy, the Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association is the nonprofit, statewide trade organization representing the manufacturing sector in Pennsylvania’s public policy process. Headquartered near Harrisburg, PA, the association works to improve the state’s ability to compete with other states for investment, jobs, and economic growth.
Thank you Pennsylvania Manufacturers’ Association for featuring Fredericks and for acknowledging our commitment to developing high-performance, US-made products that yield positive impacts statewide.
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