The Association of Fundraising Professionals Northern Plains Chapter named WCCO Belting as a 2021 winner of the “Cooperate Leadership in Philanthropy Award.” The award was presented on November 16, the day after National Philanthropy Day.

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WCCO Belting Recognized for Giving Back to Local Community, Blog PostSupporting the local community is a longstanding tradition for the Shorma family, which founded WCCO Belting, and continues today through the company's CREW Team, which has made significant progress involving employees in company efforts to support and engage with the local community. In honor of their community support, the Association of Fundraising Professionals Northern Plains Chapter awarded WCCO Belting with the Cooperate Leadership in Philanthropy Award.

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Protecting the Conveyor & the Bottom Line, Bylined Article in Aggregates Business MagazineIn this article, WCCO's Mike Schroeder highlights the multitude of benefits experienced in the aggregates industry by using impact-resistant rubber conveyor belting specifically in minerals product processing applications.

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WCCO Belting Celebrated and Rewarded Employees with ‘Appreciation Week’ Leading up to National Manufacturing Day on October 1, Blog PostIn the week leading up to October 1’s National Manufacturing Day, we held an ‘Employee Appreciation Week’ which kicked off with the announcement that WCCO Belting had again been named to the Prairie Business Magazine list of 50 Best Places to Work! To learn more about how we celebrated, check out our blog post about the week.

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WDAY-TV visited WCCO Belting in honor of National Manufacturing Day, TV SegmentWDAY-TV reporter Ben Morris joined us on National Manufacturing Day, October 1, for a tour of our production facility and to talk about manufacturing in North Dakota.

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How Safety Trainings in the Workplace Benefit Employees at Home, Blog PostTeaching safety at WCCO Belting comes naturally to us. As a family-owned business, employees are like family, which is why we offer several training courses that benefit employees both at work and at home. In fact, one employee recently saved her daughter's life because of the skills she gained from taking a safety course at WCCO Belting. Learn more about how our trainings help employees on the job and at home.

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Automation Makes Jobs More Efficient, Bylined Article in Industry TodayAutomation Engineer, DuWayne Cookman, authored an article about how automation can enhance roles and processes and help avoid employee burnout.

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WCCO again one of 50 Best Places to Work, Article in Wahpeton Daily NewsReporter Frank Stanko from the Wahpeton Daily News joined us on September 23 for an employee meeting where our CEO, Tom Shorma, shared news that WCCO had again received the 50 Best Places to Work Award from Prairie Business Magazine. The award is given to companies based on feedback from employees at the company who are polled on a variety of topics.

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WCCO Belting named to Prairie Business Magazine's '50 Best Places to Work' List, Article in Prairie Business MagazineWCCO Belting, Inc., was named to the 2021 Prairie Business Magazine '50 Best Places to Work' list based on nominations from employees at the company. This is the company's seventh time winning the award.

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When it Comes to Belts on Farm Equipment, Condition is Everything, Interview with GrainewsGrainews spoke with Chad Haugen, senior engineer of product development at WCCO Belting, about tips to keep belts on farm equipment in working order.

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