ZCL Sponsoring the Junior Achievement Alberta Business
Hall of Fame 2017
We are proud to announce ZCL Composites will be the co-presenting sponsor of the 2017 Alberta Business Hall of Fame along with CCI Thermal Technologies Inc. These distinguished awards recognize business excellence and leadership in the province of Alberta; laureates include four of ZCL Composites’ current and past board members.
“ZCL Composites is an industry leader in our community and we could not think of a better partner for the 2017 Alberta Business Hall of Fame,” said Jen Panteluk, President & CEO of Junior Achievement of Northern Alberta & NWT. “Their innovative business practices in the manufacturing and distributionof fibreglass liquid storage systems are aspirational for our students to see. ZCL Composites is a fantastic example of a North American business leader and we are honored to have them as the copresenting sponsor this year.”
The 37th annual Alberta Business Hall of Fame is being held on May 3rd, 2017 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton. This year’s gala will recognize and celebrate three outstanding business leaders: Dr. Herb Belcourt, Mr. Paul Douglas and Dr. Prem Singhmar.
To learn more about the Junior Achievement Alberta Business Hall of Fame, visit www.janorthalberta.org
About ZCL Composites Inc.
Established in 1987, ZCL Composites Inc. has grown to become North America’s leading designer, manufacturer and supplier of cost-effective fibreglass storage tank systems to the petroleum industry. An unrelenting drive to manufacture superior fibreglass tanks that “simply will not corrode” has made ZCL the preferred choice in many industrial and retail sectors.
Combined with its subsidiary companies, XERXES Corporation, and Parabeam B.V., ZCL Composites Inc. is an unparalleled industry leader with a vision “to be the leading global provider of environmentally friendly liquid storage solutions.”
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