Virginia Transformer Wins Business Award

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Virginia Transformer won the “Small Business of the Year Award” in the Manufacturing category, presented by the Roanoke (Virginia) Regional Chamber of Commerce at the 2011 Awards Ceremony, held October 6th.

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"We are honored to receive this award and recognition from the Chamber. Virginia Transformer has always been a strong supporter of the community of the Roanoke Valley area, and of the Chamber of Commerce."

Virginia Transformer won the “Small Business of the Year Award” in the Manufacturing category, presented by the Roanoke (Virginia) Regional Chamber of Commerce at the 2011 Awards Ceremony, held October 6th.

More than a hundred business and nonprofit organizations were evaluated for the awards, based on criteria such as total sales, growth, longevity, innovation, and contributions to the community.

Company President, Prabhat Jain, stated, "We are honored to receive this award and recognition from the Chamber. Virginia Transformer has always been a strong supporter of the community of the Roanoke Valley area, and of the Chamber of Commerce."

Virginia Transformer has been headquartered in Roanoke since its inception in 1971, and is celebrating its 40-year anniversary in business this year. Over the years, VT has more than tripled the number of people it employs, and opened additional manufacturing plants in Pocatello, Idaho and Chihuahua, Mexico. VT custom designs and manufactures a very wide range of both liquid-filled and dry type transformers for both utility and industrial applications, and has grown to become one of the largest power transformer manufacturers headquartered in the U.S.

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