Raymond Awards, Material Handling Events and Tradeshows
Congratulations to our Award-Winning Employees
Amber Pratt-Lum: Honored in 5th Annual STEP Ahead Awards
The Manufacturing Institute has awarded Amber Pratt-Lum, project administrator supervisor of total process reliability (TPR), with the Women in Manufacturing STEP (Science, Technology, Engineering and Production) Ahead Award.
John Rosenberger & Susan Rice: Food Logistics Rock Stars of the Supply Chain
Food Logistics names Sue Rice, product manager of pallet trucks and stackers, and John Rosenberger, manager of iWAREHOUSE GATEWAY™ & Global Telematics, to its 2017 Food Logistics’ Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain award.
Justin Sturek: Finalist for MHI Outstanding Young Professional Award
Justin Sturek, Toyota Production System supervisor, has been named a finalist for the 2017 MHI Outstanding Young Professional Award.
Mark Hartwig: Awarded Gold Medal in Inaugural Toyota Material Handling Group Skills Competition
Mark Hartwig placed first in the competition among seven other competitors across TMHG facilities in the United States, Italy, Sweden, France, and China.
Pete Saladis: MHI 2017 Young Professional Network Mentor Award Winner
MHI's Young Professionals Network honored Raymond's Pete Saladis with the 2017 Mentor Award.
Ruben Sitts: Plant Engineering Leader Under 40
Raymond offers its congratulations to Ruben Sitts, recently recognized by Plant Engineering magazine as a 2016 Leaders Under 40 honoree.
Award-Winning Products and Solutions
iWAREHOUSE® has been acknowledged as a Manufacturing Leadership Awards winner for its outstanding achievement in New Smart Product Leadership. The winning product, iWAREHOUSE, is a fleet management and telematics solution that tracks industrial vehicle and operator performance, allowing fleet and asset efficiency, warehouse optimization and increased operational visibility.
Raymond has been named to Inbound Logistics annual G75— a carefully curated list of 75 companies that go above and beyond to ensure their global supply chains are sustainable, and that their operations are socially and environmentally friendly. These companies have spent years developing and implementing best practices to ensure the footprint they leave on the world is a positive one.
Raymond is one of 80 employers from the Empire State which was recognized as one of the Best Companies to Work for in New York for outstanding achievements in employee engagement. To be considered for participation, organizations had to fulfill specific registration eligibility requirements, then participate in a two-part survey of employee satisfaction and engagement, as well as workplace practices and policies.
Raymond is a proud recipient of the Frost & Sullivan Manufacturing Leadership Council in the Operational Excellence Leadership category. This award recognizes North American companies that are shaping the future of global manufacturing, distinguishing themselves by embracing breakthrough innovation and responding to customers’ needs with unmatched agility.
The Raymond Corporation received the President’s Award, the highest honor, from Toyota Industries Corporation (TICO) in recognition of Raymond’s exceptional achievements and contribution to Global Quality Improvement Activity. The award was presented at the global manufacturing and quality ceremony held October 27, 2015, at Toyota Industry Corporations Global Manufacturing Convention in Japan.
Raymond was awarded a 2014 Best Plant Award for the Greene, New York, plant and headquarters by IndustryWeek. The Best Plants Award looks to recognize outstanding companies across North America that deliver manufacturing excellence through leading-edge efforts to increase competitiveness, enhance customer satisfaction and create stimulating and rewarding work environments.
The Association for Talent Development (ATD) honored The Raymond Corporation with both an Excellence in Practice Award and Citation for its Course Manager Training and Development Program. As part of Raymond's technician training programs, Course Manager Training and Development helps to prepare Raymond-certified trainers to conduct technician training for local Raymond Sales and Service Centers and customer-based classes.