Oerlikon Fairfield Honored by Indiana Manufacturers' Association | Industry News

The Indiana Manufacturers Association recently honored gear and drive maker Oerlikon Fairfield by including it as part of the first group of to enter the Indiana Manufacturers' Hall of Fame. The honor recognizes Oerlikon's outstanding contributions to the development of a healthy, dynamic environment in Indiana, and to the state’s overall economic well-being.

“Oerlikon Fairfield is excited to be among the select group of
companies acknowledged at this first-of-its-kind event, and honored to have been selected as an inductee into the newly created Indiana Manufacturers Hall of Fame”, said David Evans,
president and CEO of Drive Systems Americas.

According to Indiana Manufacturers Association (IMA) president Brian Burton, manufacturing represents 30% of Indiana’s gross domestic product. Burton cited Oerlikon Fairfield's long-term dedication to Indiana manufacturing and its continuing support of the IMA in his remarks.

“We are very proud and honored to be part of this select number of companies to enter the hall of fame. This award was made possible by the commitment and passion of the entire staff of the company, said Lou Gilbert, Oerlikon Fairfield director of sales.