Magnus is recognized for the third time as one of Northeast Ohio top-performing manufacturers by Smart Business Network.
Tom Szucs joins the Magnus team as product specialist for Hardy Animal Nutrition, the division of the company that specializes in natural, custom-made animal feed ingredients.
We’re pleased to announce that we’ve won a 2012 NEO Success Award from Inside Business magazine, a program that annually recognizes top-performing companies in Northeast Ohio.
We’ve been selected for a 2012 Smart Business Evolution of Manufacturing Award, an honor given to top-performing companies for keeping manufacturing strong and viable in Northeast Ohio.
Gordon Taylor oversees daily manufacturing at the Magnus co. that produces natural consumer and industrial waxes, alternative liquid fuels, petroleum alternatives and more.
John Malloy will oversee the high-growth company’s accounting operations and staff, which support its seven production facilities.
Shelli Riley will handle sales support, invoicing, accounts receivable, project quoting, internal and client reporting, load scheduling and transportation.
Tom Burlinski comes to Magnus with more than 25 years of notable experience in purchasing, quality assurance, customer service, safety, transportation and more.
Magnus has been recognized with a Smart Business Innovation in Business Award for being among the region’s most forward-thinking, visionary organizations.
Magnus International Group’s Hardy Industrial Technologies hosted today the Painesville Chamber of Commerce’s September breakfast meeting.
David Gotchy assumes the newly created role today, a growth position Magnus owners Eric Lofquist and Scott Forster deemed essential for its thriving production plant.
We’re pleased to sponsor Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Ohio’s 30th Annual Charity Golf Classic on June 14, and we encourage participation in this great event for a great cause.
We’ve been selected for a second Smart Business Evolution of Manufacturing Award, an honor for top-performing companies and their ability to keep manufacturing viable in Northeast Ohio.