TI Automotive's Marysville Plant Receives Small Business Award

Nov 26, 2007, 00:00 ET from TI Automotive

    WARREN, Mich., Nov. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- TI Automotive's Marysville,
 Mich., plant has received a 2007 Thomas Edison Business Award from the Port
 Huron Hospital Foundation.
     The TI Automotive facility took top honors in the program's "small
 business" category, according to Bob Cook, plant manager. Thomas Edison
 Business Awards are presented in three categories: large business, small
 business and not-for-profit. Fifth Third Bank was the recipient in the
 "large business" category and "not-for-profit" honors went to Marwood
 Nursing and Rehab.
     The Thomas Edison Business Award program recognizes businesses and
 organizations that "create an exceptional work environment for their
 employees and encourage individual work and life balance."
     "This award recognizes TI Automotive's commitment to the well-bring of
 its employees not only here in Marysville, but throughout its global
 networks of facilities," said Cook. "The Thomas Edison Business Award is
 something that all of us at this facility can be proud of."
     TI Automotive is the world's leading supplier of fluid storage,
 transfer and delivery systems, including brake, fuel and air conditioning
 applications. With headquarter locations in Warren, Mich., and Oxford,
 England, the company employs more than 16,000 people at more than 100
 facilities in 27 countries on six continents. Annual sales in 2006 totaled
 approximately $2.9 billion.
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