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r Local ladder manufacturer Little Giant was given the Outstanding Manufacturer in the State of Utah award by the Utah Manufacturer’s Association.

An awards presentation was held October 8, to recognize employees for their dedication and achievement. After the presentation by the Utah Manufacturer’s Association, state legislators, local leaders and community members were given a tour of the Little Giant facilities.

“The Utah Manufacturing Association recognizes a handful of quality manufacturers around the state each year,” said H. Arthur Wing, Executive Chairman of Little Giant Ladders. “Little Giant Ladders has been making safe, quality products for more than 40 years, and it is an honor to be recognized for our work and our fine people.”

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Little Giant Ladders was started in Springville in the 1970s by Wing’s father, Hal Wing. It is now one of the most recognized ladder brands in the world and is currently sold in over 50 countries. Little Giant is a technology leader with new innovations and patents in professional access equipment that are changing the way professionals work at height. The company prides itself on making the ladders safe and easy to use.

“The Quality Manufacturer Award from the Utah Manufacturing Association is a great tribute to the Men and Women we have the privilege of working with each day,” said Ryan Moss, CEO. “Little Giant is honored to be a recipient of this award in recognition of those who are so dedicated and work tirelessly to build the Strongest, Safest most versatile ladders in the world .”

For more than 107 years, the Utah Manufacturer’s Association has been the premier champion and advocate of manufacturing in the state. They advocate for manufacturing in the state and bring companies together to solve issues facing local manufacturers.

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