Remanufacturing Industries Council Announces the 2019 Remanufacturing ACE Awards Finalists

Sep 25, 2019

Rochester, NY – September 25, 2019 -- The Remanufacturing Industries Council (RIC) will host the third annual Remanufacturing ACE Awards reception and dinner on October 9th in Rochester, New York during the RIC-RIT World Remanufacturing Conference. These distinguished awards recognize three individuals for their outstanding contributions to the remanufacturing industry. Included with the noteworthy trophy is a scholarship in honor of each winner to share with a student in their community.

Three finalists are chosen for each category by a panel of remanufacturing leaders and representatives from the RIC Remanufacturing Association Alliance. Finalist for each category include:

Advocate:

  • Don Bigler, BBB Industries
  • Robert Isherwood, AMBAC International
  • Tricia Judge, International Imaging Technologies Council

Collaborate:

  • Paul Adamson, ARC
  • Jena Holtberg-Benge, John Deere Reman
  • Bill Schofield, Advanced Electrical & Motor Controls 

Educate:

  • Mark Buckley, One Boat Collaborative
  • Bill Davies, Davies Office
  • Bruce Krueger, CNH Reman

Nominations for these prestigious awards were accepted for individuals or companies nominated in three categories, based on RIC’s mission to Advocate, Collaborate, and Educate on behalf of the remanufacturing industry. The Advocate category looks at how the nominee promotes remanufacturing or sustainability in business, government, education or another field.The Collaborate category looks at how the nominee works with other companies, regulatory bodies, and law makers to build consensus and teamwork in order to promote remanufacturing and other sustainable practices.The Educate category looks at how the nominee demonstrates a passion toward educating others on the benefits of remanufacturing and sustainability. 

For further information about the remanufacturing ACE Awards, contact Jenn Brake, Marketing & Membership Director, at jbrake@remancouncil.org.

       

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