Hammond Group, Inc. Honored by Indiana Manufacturers Association at Inaugural Hall of Fame Luncheon

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Pictured from left to right: Brian Burton (IMA), Stephanie Smith (HGI), Eric Holtan (HGI), Pam Shrader (HGI), Dan Loosemore (HGI), Bill Gartland (IMA)

On October 19, 2016, manufacturers, business leaders, and policymakers from across the state met in Indianapolis to honor those companies that have made outstanding contributions to the development of a healthy, dynamic environment in Indiana, and to the state’s overall economic well-being. Hammond Group, Inc. is excited to be among the select group of companies acknowledged at this first-of-its-kind eventĀ and honored to have been selected as an inductee into the newly created Indiana Manufacturers Hall of Fame.

According to Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) President Brian Burton, “Manufacturing is one of the main drivers of Indiana’sĀ economy, representing 30% of Indiana’s gross domestic product. Hammond Group, Inc. is a perfect example of a company that has not only demonstrated its long-term dedication to Indiana manufacturing, but also through its continued support of the IMA, with its overarching goal to protect, support, and grow manufacturing. We are pleased to induct Hammond Group, Inc. into our Indiana Manufacturers Hall of Fame in this inaugural year.”

“It is truly an honor for Hammond to be welcomed into the Indiana Manufacturer’s Hall of Fame,” said Terrence Murphy, Hammond Group’s President & CEO. “We are proud of what our company has achieved in its 86-year history and are excited to help shape the future of energy storage.”

The Hall of Fame Luncheon was keynoted by former Indiana Governor and current Purdue University President Mitch Daniels. In addition, Katz, Sapper & Miller LLP, along with IU professors Dr. Mark Frohlich and Dr. Steve Jones, presented the 2016 Manufacturing Survey results. The results show that although manufacturing performance remains stable and the business climate is exemplary in the Hoosier state, regulatory burdens and a shortage of skilled workers continue to be a major concern for Hoosier manufacturers.

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