Progressive Manufacturing Awards Program Honors 100 Manufacturing Companies

Manufacturing Enterprise Communications (MEC), publisher of Managing Automation, and Manufacturing Executive and producer of the Manufacturing Leadership Summit, today announced the winners of the 2011 Progressive Manufacturing 100 Awards. The PM100 Awards program recognizes manufacturing companies from around the world that have achieved significant breakthroughs in innovation, in the use of advanced technologies and in the effective management of their businesses.

"The inventive spirit and resourcefulness that have always driven manufacturing are not only alive and well, but flourishing," said David R. Brousell, Editor-in-Chief of MEC and a PM100 judge. "These companies have demonstrated an ability to rethink their businesses and apply advanced technologies in innovative ways that manufacturers everywhere would be well served to emulate. The PM100 winners this year are role models for the successful manufacturing company of today and in the future."

The 2011 PM100 winners were chosen based on their achievements in eight PM100 disciplines. They are:

* Business Model Mastery
* Customer Mastery
* Supply Network Mastery
* Data & Integration Mastery
* Innovation Mastery
* Training & Education Mastery
* Leadership
* Operational Excellence


An independent blue-ribbon panel, including leading manufacturing researchers and analysts, academics and manufacturing executives, including past PM100 winners, evaluated and judged all nominations.

The PM100 Awards will be presented at a black tie dinner event on the last day of the Manufacturing Leadership Summit, May 9 -11 at The Breakers in Palm Beach, FL. In addition to presenting the awards to the PM100 winners, MEC will announce High Achiever winners in each of the eight disciplines, the Editor's Choice Award Winners, and the 2010 Progressive Manufacturers of the Year.

This year's PM100 Winners are:

About Medical Inc.

ADTRAN

AGCO Corp.

Aluminum Line Products

Amphenol Printed Circuits Inc.

Applied Materials

APTwater

ATI Industrial Automation

Automation Federation

BAE Systems

Berry Plastics Corp.

Boston Centerless

Brentwood Industries Inc.

Bridge Publications Inc.

c3Controls

Camaco LLC

Card-Monroe Corp.

Caterpillar

Certified Transmission Rebuilders

Chevron

Chirch Global Manufacturing LLC

Coca-Cola Refreshments

Continental Mills

Dacor

DIRTT Environmental Solutions

Diversey Inc.

Eaton Corp.

Enterasys Networks

Essar Steel

ETCO Inc.

Exemplis Corp.

Ford

Full Sail Brewing Co.

Gardner Denver

General Motors (Production Monitoring & Control)

General Motors (Workcell Simulation)

Hobart Machined Products

Hologic (Intelligent Standards for Acquisitions)

Hologic (International Field Service Automation)

Homeland Energy Solutions

Honeywell FM&T (Command Media Transformation)

Honeywell FM&T (SCE)

Honeywell FM&T (SCMC)

IBM (Big I)

IBM (CoE for Environmental Compliance)

IBM (Environmental Reporting Tool)

IBM (Global Supply Social and Environmental Management)

IBM (Magellan Project)

IBM (Mainframe & High Performance Computing Manufacturing Transformation)

IBM (Supply Chain Social Responsibility)

IBM (Virtual Control Center)

Illes Seasonings & Flavors

Itron Inc.

Jet Edge Inc.

KapStone Paper and Packaging

Kodak

L'Oreal USA Inc.

L-3 Communications

Laguna Tools Inc.

Leggett & Platt Inc.

Lion Vallen Industries

Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Mack Molding

Marwood Metal Fabrication

Mercury Marine

MiaSole

Mitsubishi Electric Automation

Mohawk Fine Papers

Mold-Rite Plastics

Mosaic Co.

Motorola

Nestle

Newton South High School

Nordson EFD LLC

ONO Packaging

Otis Technology

Panduit

Point Imaging

Porsche

Revstone Vassar LLC

Saint-Gobain Innovative Materials

Salco Products Inc.

Samsung Total Petrochemicals Co. Ltd.

Satellite Industries Inc.

Semiconductor Tooling Services

SimplexGrinnell

SmartSynch Inc.

Steinwall Inc.

Syngenta Crop Protection LLC

The Boeing Co. (Integrated Material & Information Management)

The Boeing Co. (Product Standards as Digital Data)

The Custom Group

The Dow Chemical Co. (D&MSC Work Processes)

TiLite LLC

TVS Motor Co. Ltd.

Tyco Electronics

USANA Health Sciences

Vanns Spices

VirTex Assembly Services

Wetherill Associates Inc.


About Manufacturing Enterprise Communications

Manufacturing Enterprise Communications, a division of Thomas Publishing Co. LLC, the leading information resource for manufacturing executives, produces industry-specific information for global manufacturing markets. Manufacturing Enterprise Communications provides critical content to innovative and forward-thinking manufacturing companies that use enterprise systems and information, and automation technologies to transform their businesses and create a sustainable competitive advantage. Manufacturing Enterprise Communications powers the Managing Automation magazine and Website; the Manufacturing Executive Website, Manufacturing Leadership Council, and Manufacturing Executive Leadership Journal; the Manufacturing Leadership Summit; and the PM100 Awards program.

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