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T&N Electric Motor Exchange, Inc.



T&N Electric Motor Exchange, Inc.

T&N Electric Motor Exchange, Inc.Logo
Project Type:
Expansion
Location: Mercer County
T&N Electric Motor Exchange, Inc. is a full-service center specializing in sales, repair, exchange, manufacture and remanufacture of electric motors. This Bluefi eld, W.Va., business has 50 full-time employees, and services customers in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Alabama.

President Nick Hager said, “With the realization that our workforce is rapidly retiring and depleting our skilled workforce, it is essential that we build upon the knowledge and skills of our more mature workforce to promote the growth and development of our less experienced workers.”

With the training award from the Governor’s Guaranteed Work Force Program T&N was able to do exactly what was needed - develop and coordinate customized training programs for structured on-the-job training, quality development, leadership skills and workforce increases.

Worker at T&NThe customized training helps to promote better effi ciency in day-to-day operations and productivity. The training efforts establish a solid foundation for new employees and advance ongoing training for existing workers. T&N has hired seven new employees since the funds were awarded by the Governor’s Guaranteed Work Force Program.

T&N is currently in the process of expanding operations that will assist in developing services into a broader market base and better serve existing customers. Company offi cials have said it is a comfort to know that as business needs evolve the Governor’s Guaranteed Work Force Program will be there to assist.
“With the realization that our workforce is rapidly retiring and depleting our skilled workforce, it is essential that we build upon the knowledge and skills of our more mature workforce to promote the growth and development of our less experienced workers.”

Nick Hager, President