Conductive Composites, a new business in Cleveland, hosted a ribbon cutting on Tuesday. Preceding the ceremony, members of the community were invited to enjoy a tour of the new business and learn about what the business does.
The ceremony began with remarks from Nathan Hansen, president of the company. Nathan welcomed all in attendance, then offered his thanks to all those who have made this business possible including customers, Emery County, the state and employees. He then turned the time over to Emery County Commissioner Keith Brady, who shared his excitement to see the company remain in Emery County.
Linda Gilmore then thanked Conductive Composites for coming to rural Utah. Following her remarks, Mark Buffler spoke. Usually working in the Pentagon, he shared his pleasure “to come out to the real world and see people actually getting things done.” He further remarked on the importance of the work Conductive Composites is doing and presented Hansen and owner George Hansen with challenge coins.
The final speaker was George Hansen, owner of Conductive Composites. George honored those who have helped the company who were not in attendance, after which he spoke of the importance of the people. He mentioned that with their “cool, over-the-top technology . . . what makes it work are the people.” He shared qualities that create success in any business.
After the final remarks, Nathan and George Hansen, vice president of operations Remond Chatelin and Buffler cut the ribbon to end the ceremony.