ITW Trans Tech Employees Join Together And Give Back To Their Community
CAROL STREAM, IL, April 26, 2009 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The company has sponsored the United Way and Junior Achievement programs for many years and is especially proud of how the employees came together to donate even more this year to assist those in need.
United Way is Trans Tech's charitable organization of choice. The alliance with United Way enables donations to reach farther and have the greatest impact possible. The monies raised by Trans Tech employees were distributed to 14 local United Way chapters throughout the United States. Employee pledges from active employees, retirees, plus $1-for-$1 match grants, totaled over $33,000.
Trans Tech also participates in Junior Achievement programs that use hands-on experiences to help young people from kindergarten through high school understand the economics of life. They have provided volunteers who donate time to schools in nearby communities. On average, 15% of the employees volunteer each year to teach programs at local schools.
Founded in 1979, Trans Tech designs, fabricates and supplies pad printing, laser, and digital printing equipment to provide complete product decorating solutions for a wide range of industries. The Illinois Tool Works (ITW) company offers a full line of standard equipment as well as custom automated systems to manufacturers of medical devices, automotive components, sporting goods, appliances, hand tools, communications, and plastic injection molders. Trans Tech provides a single source of consumables, including: silicone pads, printing plates, standard and specially formulated inks, and other printing supplies and accessories.
The company continuously supports its products and customers with the largest experienced team of service experts in North America.
For more information on Trans Tech, please visit http://www.itwtranstech.com
Trans Tech, 475 North Gary Avenue, Carol Stream, IL 60188-4900 Ph 630.752.4000