BOWDOIN, Maine — Neuroscience technology manufacturer FHC was a recipient of this year’s Maine Governor’s Award for Business Excellence. Awards were distributed in a ceremony today at the State House in the Hall of Flags by Governor LePage and staff of the Department of Economic and Community Development.
The award recognizes for-profit companies that balance a high level of excellence in manufacturing and service with unparalleled commitments to their employees, customers, and the community. FHC was one of thirty-three nominated candidates contending for the prestigious award, and one of seven selected recipients.
“On behalf of our entire company, we are honored to receive a Governor’s Award for Business Excellence. This recognition is one that allows us to highlight our commitment to community and our customers; a commitment that is lived by all at FHC, individually and collectively is how we do business every day. We are humbled to be included in such a prestigious group of recipients,” Said Keri Seitz the president and CEO of FHC.
FHC is pleased to have served the neuroscience community for more than 40 years in its mission to advance cranial microTargeting worldwide. With a guiding principle of innovation through collaboration, FHC designs, manufactures and internationally markets leading and trusted products that provide customizable and pioneering solutions for neuroscientists and neurosurgeons as they work across the globe each day.
For more information please contact Sarah Favreau at 1-207-666-5651 x2490 or by email at SFavreau@fh-co.com