Bead Industries, parent company of Bead Electronics and Bead Chain, was inducted into the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame on October 6.
The Hall of Fame celebrates the innovative history of American manufacturing, raises funds for educational programs, and promotes awareness of Advanced Manufacturing which is critical to the economy.
Companies considered for induction to the American Manufacturing Hall of Fame have made significant contributions to the field of manufacturing either by innovation, the improvement of a manufacturing process, or by creating a product that has advanced humankind.
Manufacturers considered will have had a far-reaching impact on the communities they are located in and had a positive impact on the quality of life of their workers.
Other Hall of Fame inductees include Hubbell, Inc., Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, Wheeler & Wilson/Singer & Platt Brothers & Co. You can watch the induction ceremony video below.
About Bead Electronics
Bead Electronics, is a global manufacturer of electronic connector pins and has been manufacturing in Connecticut for over 100 years. The award-winning company carries over 500 patents and is best known for inventing its manufacturing process called swaging. This process is a high-speed, virtually scrap-less, cold-forming process capable of producing a wide size range of metal electronic components that are consistent and cost-effective. The family-owned business is led by its fifth generation. Click here to speak to a connector pin specialist today.