Governor Honors TEGAM, Inc. For Superior Exporting
GENEVA, OH, July 19, 2007
Governor Ted Strickland recognized 31 Ohio businesses for outstanding contributions to exporting with the 2007 Governor’s Excellence in Exporting Award at an awards ceremony at the Statehouse Atrium. Among the winners was TEGAM, Inc located in Geneva (Ashtabula County). Since 1985 the E-Awards program has recognized companies and organizations of all sizes that have demonstrated outstanding performance in exporting or heightened awareness of exporting as a vital component of the State’s economy. TEGAM services a global market of domestic and international customers. In 2004, TEGAM hired Jim Hake, International Sales Manager, to help the company increase its focus on expanding its reach in international markets through travel, trade shows, and open lines of communication. TEGAM is extremely committed to growing its export business and continues to break through previously closed markets. “Ohio is poised to become a leader in our fast-growing global economy, and we must continue to recognize that opportunities beyond our state borders are vital to Ohio’s economic success,” Strickland said. “These businesses represent the kind of drive, vision, and innovation required to be a leader in Ohio’s exporting industry.” TEGAM, Inc., headquartered in Geneva, OH, is in the business of improving measurements. Lower uncertainties, better accuracies, faster operation, and enhanced safety are just a few of the ways we have helped our customers since 1979. TEGAM’s specific areas of expertise include waveform generators, precision amplifiers, RF power calibration and measurement. For more information, please contact Kim Niznik Goff, Marketing Projects Coordinator, at 440-466-6100 or visit www.tegam.com.