Sunday, December 15th, 2019

CSP chosen Business of the Month for December

Posted: Wednesday, November 27, 2019

The Ambassadors of the Huntington County Chamber of Commerce selected Continental Structural Plastics (CSP) as its Business of the Month for December. CSP was selected because of their generosity to several different non-profits and their support of projects in and around the community.

As the world leader in diversified composite technologies, CSP is reshaping the future of vehicle light weighting. They create award-winning, lightweight composite materials that they mold in to Class A body panels and structural components for their customers in the light vehicle, heavy truck, HVAC, and construction markets. Their advanced materials development team has created several patented composite formulations to help customers meet design and regulatory challenges, including their latest material advancement the TCA Ultra Lite. This award-winning advanced composite competes head-to-head with aluminum for weight and cost-savings, and beats aluminum on several fronts, including tooling costs, design capability, and dent and corrosion resistance. The Chamber congratulates Karen Williams and her staff for being named Business of the Month.

Shown in the photo, left to right, are Randy Warner, Randal J. Warner CPA, LLC and Chamber board chair; Sebastian Reeves, environmental health & safety representative, CSP; Stacey Boxell, HR support, CSP; Karen Williams, plant manager, CSP; Ginger Hicks, HR generalist, CSP and Steve Godfroy, Perfection Wheel and Chamber Ambassador. Back row, from left, include Eric Smith, environmental health & safety manager, CSP; Randy Cline, molding area manager, CSP; Jeff Cox, maintenance supervisor, CSP; Josh Dyke, maintenance technician, CSP; Alan Siepker, HR manager, CSP and Marcy Strange, bonding area manager, CSP.