**Due to recent news about COVID-19, the requirements set forth by the King County Public Health Department and recommendations by the federal government and CDC, Seattle Business magazine will postpone the Manufacturing Awards event slated for April 28. We will announce the new date as soon as possible.**
The Washington Manufacturing Awards recognize companies making important progress in productivity, growth and innovation. Companies will be honored in multiple categories, including Manufacturing Company of the Year (Large and Small); Executive of the Year; Innovator of the Year; Food & Beverage Processor of the Year; Emerging Manufacturer of the Year; Building Trades Manufacturer of the Year; Green Manufacturer of the Year; Manufacturing Nonprofit of the Year; and Legacy Manufacturer of the Year. Winners will be announced at an awards dinner in April 2020 and featured in the May 2020 edition of Seattle Business magazine.
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*Please note: A company must manufacture goods in the state of Washington to be eligible.
|Manufacturing Company of the Year, Large Companies:|
|Manufacturing Company of Year, Small Companies:|
|Innovator of the Year:|
|Vita Inclinata Technologies|
|Building Trades Manufacturer of the Year:|
|Frontier Door & Cabinet|
|Vaagen Timbers Colville|
|Food & Beverage Processor of the Year:|
|Heritage Distilling Company, Inc.|
|Nonprofit Manufacturer of the Year:|
|Pioneer Human Services|
|Emerging Manufacturer of the Year:|
|Wilkinson Baking Co.|
|Green Manufacturer of the Year:|
|Legacy Manufacturer of the Year:|
|Executive of the Year, Large Company:|
|Richard Brown, President, The Boxmaker|
|Executive of the Year, Small Company:|
|Scott Young, president/owner, Sytech Inc.|
Check out the photos from the 2019 Manufacturing Awards gala!