The Finalists: 2018 Seattle Business Magazine Washington Manufacturing Awards

The award ceremony is on May 3 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington in Renton. Winners will be announced in the May issue.

Fourteen companies from across the state have been selected for recognition in the 2018 Washington Manufacturing Awards program presented by Seattle Business magazine.

Here are the 2018 finalists:

Bodypoint Inc., Seattle
Briedgeways, Everett
Crunch Pak, Cashmere
Diversified Manufacturing Technologies, Mount Vernon
Global Fiberglass Solutions, Bothell
Itek Energy, Bellingham
Johnson Foods, Sunnyside
Mid-Mountain Materials, Mercer Island/Arlington
MSR | Mountain Safety Research, Seattle
Nortis Inc., Woodinville
Orion Industries, Auburn
Pacific Metallurgical, Kent
Scratch and Peck Feeds, Burlington
Vigor Industrial, Seattle

The honorees will be featured in the May issue of Seattle Business and will be celebrated at an awards dinner on May 3 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington in Renton.

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