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Thirty-three companies from 14 Indiana counties, including American Ultraviolet, in Lebanon, Indiana, have earned a place in Indiana's sixth annual field of 'Companies to Watch.'
"The entrepreneurial spirit soars in this year's class of 'Companies to Watch,'" said Eric Doden, president of the Indiana Economic Development Corporation. "With the spark of a great idea, the ingenuity to develop solutions and the determination to achieve greatness, these companies demonstrate what it takes to stand out in the marketplace. Because we offer a low-tax climate with a skilled workforce, companies of all sizes know that they can exercise a competitive advantage in Indiana, a state that works for business."
The accolade, presented by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation, the Indiana Small Business Development Center network and the Edward Lowe Foundation, recognizes the state's privately held businesses that employ six to 150 full-time employees and have between $750,000 to $100 million in annual revenue or capital.
The 33 'Companies to Watch' from 14 Indiana counties were named after evaluating 300 nominations for the awards and represent industries ranging from biotech research and robotic part design to gourmet flavor manufacturing and automotive safety.
The chosen companies project to have combined revenues in excess of $422 million and create more than 345 new jobs this year. The revenue projections represent an increase of more than $218 million or 36 percent from 2012.
With major sponsorship from Barnes and Thornburg, LLP, the 'Companies to Watch' awards program is an initiative developed by the Cassopolis, Mich.-based Edward Lowe Foundation. The foundation licenses similar programs in other states. The program is also sponsored in part by Katz Sapper & Miller, KeyBank, Purdue University and Ivy Tech Community College.
Lebanon, IN, July 16, 2012 -
American Ultraviolet and DecoRad® Systems have reached an exclusive distribution agreement regarding on-site UV curing equipment - American Ultraviolet will be the sole distributor of the DecoRad® Floormate and DecoRad® Handmate systems in North and South America. Both companies will continue their existing relationships with coating companies in the USA, and throughout Europe.
Mr. Meredith Stines, President and CEO of American Ultraviolet, recognized DecoRad products as “the best equipment, with the most features, for the best price, in the UV floor curing market,” and requested a partnership with DecoRad Systems. After all possibilities of future cooperation were discussed, Mr. Rob Muller, Managing Director of DecoRad Systems, concluded that, “American Ultraviolet is the right partner and has the best network in the America’s, so sales and product support is guaranteed.”
The DecoRad Floormate is the perfect curing solution for every substrate, including concrete, wood and flexible flooring. It is CE and TÜV (radiation) approved, has a unique robust design, is user-friendly and is very easily maneuvered. Due to the custom-made travel case, the DecoRad Floormate is well protected when moved from job-site to job-site.
Since 1960, American Ultraviolet (Lebanon, IN) has manufactured tens of thousands of high quality ultraviolet curing systems for use throughout the world - wherever a clean and disinfected environment is required. American Ultraviolet is headquartered in Lebanon, Indiana, and all equipment is manufactured in the USA. Offices are also located in Hackettstown, New Jersey; Woodstock, GA; and Torrance, California.
DecoRad Systems (The Netherlands) is the European specialist in on-site UV-curing equipment for the professional end-user, and a well-known specialist in the area of accelerated drying and curing, including floor curing equipment. Suitable compounds for DecoRad equipment are water-based or entirely free from solvents, therefore maintaining a positive impact on the environment.
For more information about American Ultraviolet, and the DecoRad Floormate or DecoRad Handmate, contact Mr. Meredith Stines, President and CEO, at 765-483-9514. For more information about DecoRad Systems, please contact Mr. Rob Muller at firstname.lastname@example.org.