Eric Kus, President of Goshen Stamping, LLC participated in the Precision Metalworking Association “One Voice” program in Washington DC on May 2nd and 3rd 2017.
This is an opportunity to meet with various congressional representatives to present our legislative priorities. Primary focus was training and educational support programs for the metal working industry, tax reform and international trade agreements.
Eric met with Indiana Senators Joe Donnelly and Todd Young and Congressmen Jim Banks, Luke Messer, Todd Rokita, Trey Hollingsworth and congresswoman Jackie Walorski.
It was a very productive group and meeting and we were able to voice our ideas and concerns to our representatives in person.
How do you leave a legacy? In Goshen, it’s by being kind.
Goshen Stamping, LLC, is one of the first inductees to the Indiana Manufacturers Hall of Fame.
Goshen Stamping, a community staple since 1923, provides metal stampings made from steel, brass, copper and aluminum to a variety of industries – ladders, maps, rubber, recreational vehicles and automotive, according to a media release. The company processes more than 14 million pounds of steel per year and has additional capabilities for plating, heat treating and power painting.