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Missouri impact! Awards

       

   

The Missouri impact! Award was created by Missouri Enterprise in 1998 to recognize the accomplishments of its business clients and associates. Awards are given in the areas of continuous improvement in manufacturing excellence, innovative technology development, environmental solutions or contributions to the success of Missouri business and community/state economic development.

The first Missouri impact! Award was presented in 1998 to York Casket Company in Marshfield, Missouri for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence. Other recipients of the award are:

  • Elisha Technologies of Moberly, in 1999 for Innovative Technology Development
  • Carl Tiedt of Strafford, in 1999 for Contributions to the Success of Missouri Business
  • DACA Machine and Tool of Dutzow,  in 2000 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • ReGen Technologies of Springfield, in 2000 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • DaBryan Coach Builders, Inc. of Springfield, in 2001 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Performance Roof Systems of Kansas City,  in 2001 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Computers Plus, Inc. of Jefferson City,  in 2002 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • King Safety Products, Inc. of St. Charles,  in 2002 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Tacony Manufacturing, Inc. of St. James, in 2002 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Missouri Seedstock Association of Warrenton, in 2002 for Excellence in Value-Added Agriculture
  • Emerson Motor Company Commercial Industrial Motors of Kennett in 2002 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • DairiConcepts, LP of Springfield,  in 2003 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Siegel-Robert, Inc. of St. Louis, Farmington and Portageville, in 2004 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Precision Aero Services, Inc. of Nevada, in 2004 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • University of Missouri – Rolla in 2004 to mark a 20-year partnership with Missouri Enterprise in the relentless search for new technologies, techniques and innovative process to help Missouri businesses succeed.
  • Arthur D. Wainwright of St. Louis in 2005 for outstanding advocacy and contributions to manufacturing in our state and nation.
  • K & S Wire Products, Inc. of Neosho,  in 2006 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Duke Manufacturing Company of St. Louis and Sedalia in 2007 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Brunson Instrument Company of Kansas City in 2009 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Tech Manufacturing Company of Wright City 2011 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Meramec Electrical Products of Cuba in 2011 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence 
  • The Doe Run Company of St. Louis in 2014 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence
  • Window Technology, Inc. dba, WinTech of Monett in 2017 for Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing Excellence