A Stevens Point company has been recognized on a national level for their hard work in the area of international exports.
Gamber-Johnson was the recipient for the president's 'E' award for exports. The company makes rugged mounting systems, and docking stations for tablets and computers that are found in many of our area squad cars.
They accepted that award Tuesday with U.S. Commerce Secretary, Penny Pritzker.
"It's a proud moment for all of us. It's three to four years of hard work that everybody on the team has put in, and you can see those fruits in terms of good sales, and ultimately what we are trying to do is jobs for the community,” Explained Gautam Malik, International Sales Manager.
Currently, the company has around 65 employees-- which the company says allows them to turn products quickly and to easily adapt to the diverse needs of consumers from around the world.
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