Satsuma Company Brings Home Excellence Award

Satsuma Company Brings Home Excellence Award

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SATSUMA, Alabama -      A Mobile County company receives economic praise from Alabama's Governor. Mitternight Incorporated, out of Satsuma, is one of eight companies receiving the 2014 Governor's Trade Excellence Award. The award was established in 2005 and is part of the Export Alabama initiative. Mitternight builds equipment for oil and gas refineries, as well as chemical, nuclear, and energy companies. Company chairman Lance Covan says three of Mitternight's top clients include Dow, DuPont, and Chevron. The company exports the equipment made for clients all around the world. Covan says good employees are crucial to the company's success.

" We wouldn't be here without our employees. The people who work at Mitternight are some of the most skilled, highly sought after laborers in our market. We are only as good as our employees," said Covan.

Mitternight has been operating in Satsuma since 1927.

Follow the attached link to see the entire list of Alabama companies receiving the Trade Excellence Award. http://wkrg.co/1ig1oue

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