Regal Marine honored by local chamber of commerce

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Regal Marine of Valdosta, Ga., recently won a Manufacturer of the Year award from the Valdosta-Lowndes County (Ga.) Chamber of Commerce.

Tim Kuck, Regal’s executive vice president and chief operating officer, said the award is “a testament to the fine work done by our employees” and to the leadership of plant manager Greg Justice. Kuck said Justice has created “a positive work- and family atmosphere that produces outstanding results.”

The group also recognized the support for education by the Regal Marine staff. Justice is a member of the chamber’s board of directors, Communities-In-Schools board of directors, Advisory Board of Community Partners in Education, Plant Managers Network, the chamber’s business and education support team, and chairs the chamber’s workforce development committee.

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