Maintaining its standard of excellence, NIC Global earned the “Gold Award” for exemplary performance from King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks Industrial Waste Program. NIC Global’s commitment to continuous improvement and compliance to its wastewater discharge program safeguards King County treatment works and the water quality of the Puget Sound region.
For the second year in a row, PACCAR recognizes NIC Global as a top performing supplier in North America through its Supplier Performance Management (SPM) program. The SPM program evaluates a supplier’s performance in the areas of product development, quality, operations support, and business alignment with PACCAR objectives.
Gallatin, TN, January 5, 2016– NIC Global, headquartered in Woodinville, WA and a leading manufacturer of sheet metal and assemblies has reached an agreement to acquire Competition Powder Coaters (CPC) of Gallatin, TN. CPC’s operation will be integrated into NIC Global’s Gallatin Plant, while continuing to operate in its current facility at 1365 Gateway Drive. (more…)
Physio-Control presented NIC Global with the “Performance Driven” supplier award at its supplier conference in May 2013. President, Bridget Brewer, proudly accepted the award recognizing NIC Global’s accomplishments in overall quality performance, on-time delivery, and cost reduction initiatives.
For the fourth year running, NIC Global has been awarded elite supplier status for reaching a quality level of 50 PPM or below. This award recognizes NIC as a key contributor to PACCAR’s reputation of unsurpassed quality.
After months of planning, NIC Global produced its first parts out of the new Denton, Texas facility. The Denton location is currently producing sub-assemblies with designs to grow into a full-service manufacturing solutions provider. Darryl Tyson has been named the Plant Production Manager in this location.
The Tennessee Career Center named NIC Global the Employer of the Year. The award is based on NIC’s commitment to workforce development through its utilization of training grants, drug free workplace programs, and hiring displaced employees through the Career Center.