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L&H Industrial is honored to have been nominated for the following awards from the Campbell County Chamber of Commerce:

 

Chamber Award of Excellence- The Chamber’s Award of Excellence is given to one large and one small business that provide an outstanding product or service in Campbell County. Nominees must employ 25 employees or more as a large business or employ fewer than 25 employees as a small business, and must be an established business in Campbell County.

 

Spirit of Gillette- The Spirit of Gillette Award is given to a business or individual in Campbell County that makes a difference in the Campbell County community by volunteering its products, services or time. Nominees must go above and beyond to give time and talent to community projects outside of employment of political office and must not have held public office in the last 12 months.

 

L&H Industrial’s President Mike Wandler was nominated for the Kelly Swenson Business Person of the Year award, which is given to an individual in Campbell County who, just as the first Chamber manager/president Kelly Swenson did, believes in the mission and services that the Chamber provides to the Community. Nominees must be a current business manager/owner who is actively involved in the Chamber and must be a county resident for at least five years with an established business in the community.

 

Nominees for all of these awards must be an active and involved Chamber member in good standing within the past year.

 

The Campbell County Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Business Awards recognizes and celebrates work, leadership, and progress of all its members with awards nominated and chosen by member business leaders. Recipients of the awards are honored in a ceremony November 7, 2014 at 6PM at the Cam-Plex Energy Hall.

 

L&H is proud to have received these nominations and we thank our employees, customers and community for your support and this recognition.

 

 

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When L&H Industrial's third generation owner, Jason Percifield was only 29, he had lived out of a suitcase for five years, running field service crews at mines throughout the American West. In 2013 he took a detour south to Florida to supervise a field crew charged with the responsibility to retrofit the undercarriages on the NASA crawler-transporter (CT-2) that would carry the next generation of deep space rockets to the launch pad at Kennedy Space Center. In 2014, he was back home in Gillette, Wyoming leading a team assigned to rebuild a taconite bucket wheel loader for the Burlington Northern Santa Fe ore dock on Lake Superior, Wisconsin.
 
Jason was recently profiled in Family Business Magazine's, "25 Under 35", which highlighted next- generation members who are making solid contributions to their family business. 
 
 
"Every family that wants to sustain its enterprise must face the challenge of grooming its young people to be responsible stewards." 
 
Jason Percifield of L&H Industrial is a prime example of the high payoff of next-generation engagement efforts and for his involvement at L&H, he has been featured in Family Business' "25 Under 35" article. Much has been written about integrating next-generation members into management or ownership roles and Jason is making huge contributions as the younger generation of his family business.
 
 
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A key to L&H Industrial's success has been the committment to develop high-quality, precison, engineering, and manufacturing capability without abandoning the company's core comptency in repair and field service. In 2014, these diverse capabilities made L&H unique among its competitors.

2014

#LH50 - 2014 L&H celebrates 50 years of Mining in Motion with offices on 4 continents, 450 employees, 3rd generation ownership. For the complete L&H timeline: http://bit.ly/1rI4slF

The second key to L&H’s success has been the
commitment to develop a high-quality, precision,
engineering, and manufacturing capability without
abandoning the company’s core competency in repair
 

LHMD1912 001 belt02Leading Swiss bearing company SKF (Svenska Kullagerfabriken) is holding a Life Cycle Management Conference October 9th and 10th in Park City, UT bringing together experts in the mining industry for learning opportunities and networking.

“SKF asked us to submit examples of product development and improvement that included customer team members throughout the product realization process,” said Darren Witt, Blasthole Drill Product Line Manager. “Our Omega trackpads for the Pit Viper drills were selected as one of the twelve case study solutions to be presented to directors, managers and other leaders in the mining industry.”

As a guest speaker, Darren Witt, Blasthole Drill Product Line Manager, will be attending the conference along with Ross Ferderer, L&H Industrial Designer.

Witt is a graduate of South Dakota School of Mines & Technology and holds BS in Mechanical Engineering. He joined L&H Industrial in 2007 as Director of Engineering before transferring to International Sales and managing the Blasthole Drill Product Line. Darren’s responsibilities include directing the development and growth of L&H's drill products as an alternative supplier. Current projects include expanding the drill transmission and gearbox applications and enhanced undercarriage systems for Caterpillar, P&H, and Atlas Copco drills.

“Being a solutions oriented company focused on innovation”, said Witt, “we were honored to be selected.”

The LCM (Life Cycle Management) Conference is a premium event for leaders, managers, and directors in the mining industry. During the conference, attendees will participate in Q&A sessions, presentations on mining cases delivered by leaders in the industry, networking workshops and open table discussions with other mining companies.

The SKF Life Cycle Management Conference will be held October 9-10, 2014 in Park City, Utah at the Marriott Park City.

For more information, see the SKF website: http://skfprograms.com/parkcitymining2014

 

L&H Omega deep engagement suspension shoes remedied the issue of sinking machinery in Canadian oil sands, lasting 30% longer than traditional OEM shovel shoes. This earned L&H a solid track record in Canada, and in 2012 L&H Canada opened.

2012

 

#LH50 - 2012 L&H Canada opens. For the complete L&H timeline: http://bit.ly/1s54hTA

 
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