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SUPERB Wins NAE 250 Award

Sugarcreek, Ohio—The National Association of Entrepreneurship named SUPERB Industries a national NAE 250 award winner. NAE 250 winners are selected through a balloting process from a field of thousands for having achieved exceptional performance in five key areas:
   1) Innovators in products and service that build and take care of America.
   2) Exceptional social and community service
   3) Achieving exceptional growth.
   4) Success through a culture that puts people first.
   5) Fast under five: Companies that have exploded into the mid market.
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SUPERB Sucessfully Completes ISO TS16949 Audit

On November 2, 2011 SUPERB successfully completed a three day audit by TÜV SÜD to be recertified to the standard for another three years. SUPERB manufactures over 120 million engineered components for automotive and commercial customers around the world each year. Maintaining third party certification of its management system is a critical success factor for the company. Click  the link below for a short commentary on the audit results.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gGs8Ouhs1N8

WKYC NBC Cleveland Goes On Location at SUPERB

WKYC Anchor Chris Tye goes on location to bring northeastern Ohio viewers a SUPERB story of growth and development in the heartland of the Little Switzerland of Ohio.

Click the link below to get the story:

http://www.wkyc.com/video/1134702926001/52747301001/On-Location-Sugarcreek

Third Street School Memorial Dedicated

By Beverly Keller

Local Edition Editor, The Budget Newspaper

 The community gathered together on Friday night to witness the official dedication of the Third Street School Memorial, and the “glimmer of hope” The Budget columnist Les Troyer wrote that he saw in John Miller of SUPERB Industries October 4, 2000 came into full view.

  Please click here to see a video of the dedication.

Open House Highlights

The SUPERB Open House on August 19, 2011 was a very successful. Over 1100 people visited and took a tour of the newly completed facility that included 20 stops from Innovation Plaza to Finished Product Exhibits. SUPERB team members were on hand to show visitors the innovative processes that enables SUPERB to compete globally. WKLM radio was on site to report the activities as they unfolded. The Al Zimmerman Combo Band and special guest Karl Koch from Germany provided entertainment on the plaza. The folks from Sand Hill School provided food in abundance. The day concluded with the dedication of the Third Street School Memorial complete with the American Legion Color Guard and a singing of the national anthem by SUPERB Controller Andy Diemer.

Please click here to see a video of the highlights.

Therm-O-Disc Hosts Luncheon for the SUPERB Team

 
SUGARCREEK – Therm-O-Disc management, a division of Emerson Electric, hosted a catered luncheon for the entire SUPERB team in appreciation for their successful execution of a large joint project. John Miller, president of SUPERB Industries, Inc., noted that this was the first time a customer insisted on hosting a luncheon at their expense in appreciation for our efforts—it is the type of thing we would usually want to do for our customers—not something we expect as a supplier.
 
Ron Vrooman, Global Supply Chain Services Manager, for Therm-O-Disc  addressed the entire SUPERB team  and explained that while we have been working with SUPERB for a long time the past two to four months have been especially noteworthy because of magnitude of the projects that were successfully launched. “They were big for us and big for you guys,” stated Vrooman.
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Group Photo on Innovation Plaza
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SUPERB Expands to Serve You Better

  

SUPERB Industries is expanding to more effectively provide global manufacturing solutions to our customers.

 

We are in the process of adding an additional 20,000 square feet of manufacturing space, new employee lunch and restrooms, a new engineering suite, expanded IT infrastructure, a 2..5 story office with an entrance plaza, new shipping and receiving docks, and expanded employee and customer parking.

 

It is the most aggressive project we have undertaken since moving to our present location in January 2000. It will provide a solid platform from which we can work to serve you better for years to come. However, no project of this magnitude comes without challenges. Our biggest one has been inclimate weather that has slowed progress considerably. For example, during the last two weeks heavy rains made shipping and receiving difficult because of delays during the construction of this area.

 

The entire SUPERB team has taken pains to ensure that our construction project does not adversely affect our customers. However, if you have noticed a change in our responsiveness or other delays, please bear with us, because upon completion of this project we will be back stronger.

 

You have my personal assurance that SUPERB remains committed to the same superb values and performance that necessitated the expansion in the first place.

 

If you have any questions or concerns please to not hesitate to contact me personally.

John Miller, President

330-283-4447

Businessman Memorializes Former Elementary Building

Jennifer Lourenco Reporting, WTUZ Radio

The Third Street Schoolhouse will forever be remembered.

The school, built in 1915, housed elementary and Sugarcreek/Shanesville High School students until 1931 when the Junior-Senior High was built. The school was then used as an elementary until 1974, when the property was purchased by Andreas Furniture and later sold to SUPERB Industries in 1999.
Community Liaison Bev Keller says unfortunately, after John Miller, the owner of SUPERB, realized the building could not be restored, the school was razed.

WKLM Radio News Story on SUPERB

 

SUPERB Live on WKLM 95.3 -- How Global Manufacturing Solutions create Jobs with a Future - Day Five

Lead off with John Miller
 
Opportunities with Ryan Starner & Joel Rogers
 
Opportunities with Linda Yoder & Ben Kohler
 
Opportunities with Jean Michael & Rachel Tetreault
 
Opportunities with Donnie Lower & Amy Cappon
 
Wrap up with John, Susan, and Daniel Miller