CLEVELAND - Ardleigh Minerals was selected as an Upstart winner for the 2015 Weatherhead 100 for the sixth time, according to Ardleigh’s President and CEO, Ernest Q. Petrey Jr.
Recognized as one of the 100 fastest-growing companies in Northeast Ohio, Ardleigh Minerals will be honored among its peers and other professionals at the Weatherhead 100 awards ceremony on December 3. The Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western University awards the Weatherhead 100 to Northeast Ohio businesses to recognize their hard work, dedication and impact on the Northeast Ohio business community.
“We are honored to be selected for this prestigious distinction for the sixth time and fourth year in a row,” said Petrey. “For over 20 years, we have set the standard in sustainability solutions for industrial companies, enabling many companies to reach their goal of zero landfill waste. This is an award reflecting the recognition of our research and development team as well as the growth of our company.”
Since 1994, Ardleigh Minerals has been specializing in the recycling of materials generated in thermal spray preparation and processing, including cold, flame, HVOF, plasma and wire arc spraying. Ardleigh serves the aerospace, automotive, petrochemical, electronic and thermal spray industries.