MILWAUKEE, WI – Winsert, Inc. earned the prestigious Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award in the Medium-sized company category on Thursday, February 21st, at a black-tie banquet in Milwaukee. In total, there were 28 nominees throughout the state of Wisconsin. In its 31st year, the annual Manufacturer of the Year Awards Program recognizes Wisconsin companies that demonstrate a commitment to business excellence, which has a positive impact on the company and the state, making Wisconsin a better place to live, work, and play. Companies were evaluated in areas such as financial growth or consistency, technological advances, product development, environmental solutions and sustainability, operational excellence and continuous improvement, commitment to employees, and effective research and development. Award winners were selected by an independent panel of judges.
“Winsert is beyond thrilled to receive this recognition for our manufacturing excellence and alloy innovation, setting us apart in the state of Wisconsin amongst hundreds of talented manufacturers”, said Trisha Dickinson Lemery, Winsert’s president & CEO. “To make Winsert successful, we need both our dedicated employees, as well as the unwavering trust that our customers put into us time-and-time again to solve their most difficult metal wear problems.”
Winsert’s Vice President of Special Projects, Paul Dickinson, went on to say “Winsert, Inc. was nominated by US Bank for the 2019 Manufacturer of the Year award for medium sized businesses. Being nominated by one’s bank is incredibly special when considering US Bank has millions of customers running the gamut from consumer and business banking to wealth management and investors. Somehow, with this plethora of customers and clients, they chose Winsert, Inc. Our win in this category is a collective win not only for Winsert and our partner, US Bank; it is also a testament to this great relationship and many others. The 2019 Manufacturer of the Year award is the culmination of a long, deliberate process balancing our employees’, customers’, suppliers’, community’s and financial institution’s abilities, commitment and work ethic. Allowing these relationships to prosper has been a guiding principle of Stephen Dickinson, my father and Winsert Chairman, as well as the many dedicated employees serving Winsert and its customers.”