Sacramento, California (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
On June 18, 2014, Vista Metals Corp. received recognition for being a Champion of Manufacturing from the California Manufacturers & Technology Association (CMTA). State leaders joined in recognizing seven manufacturing companies at CMTA’s inaugural Champions of Manufacturing Summit in Sacramento, California. The honorees were recognized “for their commitment to California, to their workers and to innovation,” explained CMTA.
“We are honored to be a part of this prestigious group of manufacturers and greatly appreciate the recognition from the CMTA. Vista was founded in California over 45 years ago and we remain committed to being a part of this economy,” expressed Jeff Tringham, Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “It’s great to see this emphasis being placed on manufacturing and the efforts to attract new businesses to the Golden State.”
The honorees included:
“In the months and years to come California manufacturers and their workers will be proud of this growing effort and CMTA hopes to engage the entire state in this campaign,” CMTA stated. “We will not stop until all Californians understand the importance of this great industry and become champions for the cause of growing manufacturing here in the Golden State.”
About the Companies
Vista Metals Corp., Vista Metals Georgia, and Vista Progressive Metals are the largest global independent producers of specialty aluminum products. Vista Metals Corp. is located in Fontana, California and Vista Metals Georgia and Vista Progressive Metals are located in Adairsville, Georgia. The companies produce aluminum billet for the hard and soft alloy extrusion industry, cast and scalped billet for the forging industry, slab for rolling applications, precision tooling plate, and mold plate products. Visit: http://www.vistametals.com.
The California Manufacturers & Technology Association (formerly the California Manufacturers Association) works to improve and enhance a strong business climate for California's 30,000 manufacturing, processing and technology based companies. Since 1918, CMTA has worked with state government to develop balanced laws, effective regulations and sound public policies to stimulate economic growth and create new jobs while safeguarding the state's environmental resources. CMTA represents 600 businesses from the entire manufacturing community -- an economic sector that generates more than $200 billion every year and employs more than 2 million Californians. Visit: http://www.cmta.net/.