Kimball Electronics-China Facility Recognized for Safety Management

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Kimball Electronics-China, located in Nanjing, recently earned the "2016 Excellent Company on Safety Management" award given by the Nanjing Jiangning government for outstanding performance on overall safety management in 2016.

Only 20 out of 2,000 companies in the Jiangning Development Zone earned this honor.

"Thanks to our safety team and all employees for making a great effort in safety in 2016. This award will encourage us to work harder and be more proactive for better performance in the future and sustain a safe and comfortable environment for our employees," says Daniel Gu, General Manager, Kimball Electronics China.

"Congratulations on this great accomplishment," says Chris Whann, Director, Safety, Environment, Facilities, Kimball Electronics. "It is a great honor and achievement to be recognized by the local government any time, but when it is for the protection of our most valuable assets, our people, it is an even greater honor."



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