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Kondex Hosts Senator Johnson for I Make America Tour.

“This is a fabulously clean plant, which means that your quality level and customer service is probably top-notch as well, so you all deserve a lot of credit for it,” Senator Ron Johnson remarked in his opening address to Kondex associates. The Senator’s recent visit to Kondex was part of an I Make America tour stop, where associates could sign up to become a member of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) I Make America program and help advocate for legislature that promotes American manufacturing. Kondex has supported AEM’s I Make America program for six consecutive years.
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Kondex Holds Sweet Celebration of National Dairy Month.

As a manufacturer of agricultural harvesting components, Kondex Corporation is an enthusiast of National Dairy Month – and every year, it holds a very sweet event to celebrate the contributions of U.S. farmers. For more than a decade, the ice cream truck has come to visit Kondex, and associates receive a company-paid treat. This tradition has become one of the most anticipated workdays at Kondex.
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Achieving a Zero DART Rate.

For the first time in Kondex history, the Company has achieved a 0.0 DART rate for its full, 13-period year. DART (Days Away/Restricted/Transfer) is one of many safety metrics in use at Kondex, and it’s also the most comprehensive and universally recognized throughout the industry. The ready availability of DART averages allows Kondex to benchmark its safety performance with other industry or regional manufacturers.
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Project GRILL Wraps Up with Student Visit.

Kondex recently concluded its seventh year as a Project GRILL (Growing Readiness in Learning and Leading) partner, this year acting as a mentor to Laconia High School. This program is administered by Fond du Lac Works, a division of the Fond du Lac Area Association of Commerce, and pairs businesses with one of nine area high schools to design and build a working charcoal grill from scratch. Partner companies can support the students by offering guidance or design concept support, but the students themselves must complete all the work. The program kicks off in fall, and takes the full school year to complete.
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