MassEcon, the state’s private sector partner in promoting business growth in Massachusetts, recently announced its 16th Annual Team Massachusetts Economic Impact Award winners, honoring Process Cooling Systems, Inc. among 15 other companies for their outstanding contributions to the Massachusetts economy. The companies were selected on the basis of job growth, facility expansion, investment and community involvement. The winners were honored at a luncheon at the Renaissance Boston Waterfront Hotel.
Process Cooling Systems,Team Massechusetts Economic Impact Award Winner.
“We applaud the leadership of the Massachusetts’ business community in growing the economy, investing in the state’s workforce, and strengthening the cities and towns they call home,” said Secretary of Housing and Economic Development Mike Kennealy.
“For nearly 60 years, we’ve run our operations from our company headquarters in Leominster. We are proud to provide our employees with rewarding careers and are committed to helping them reach their full potential,” said Ted Rudy, President of Process Cooling Systems. “100% of our engineers graduated from Massachusetts colleges and universities and our skilled tradesmen and women are graduates of local trade schools. The strength of our talented workforce coupled with the support of the state and local government have allowed us to increase the size of our office and manufacturing space by more than 200% as we grow to better serve our customers.”
Process Cooling Systems, Inc. recently expanded its operations with the opening of its new 60,000 square foot facility in Southgate Business Park in Leominster, MA where they design, build, install and service process water systems for customers across the state and around the world.
About Process Cooling Systems
Founded in 1963, Process Cooling Systems, Inc. designs, builds, installs and services process water systems for the plastics and metal manufacturing industry. For more information about Process Cooling Systems, Inc. visit www.processcooling.net.