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Tinley Park, Ill. (August 24, 2020) — Leading automotive parts manufacturer, UGN, Inc., has been named as one of the 2020 Best Places to Work in Illinois. This is the second consecutive year UGN, Inc. has been named as one of the Best Places to Work in Illinois, and...
One year ago, Jessica Wolfe was a single mom with a degree in early childhood education hoping to re-enter the workforce. She filled out an application at a manufacturing company in Monroe. "I applied and they called and gave me a job. And I said, 'Okay I'll try it.'...
UGN named one of the 2019 Best Places to Work in Illinois
From the Somerset Commonwealth Journal:
UGN, Inc. in Somerset is pleased to announce that Shawn Cruse has been promoted to the role of Plant Manager.
KY FAME helps Pulaski students and companies succeed in the manufacturing industry – Commonwealth Journal
From the Commonwealth Journal: As a KY FAME sponsoring company, UGN and 11 other Pulaski manufacturing companies help provide part-time, hands-on experience in manufacturing for Somerset Community College (SCC) students working towards an associate's in Advanced...