Muskogee Know-how (MT) was named the 2021 Small Producer of the 12 months by the Enterprise Council of Alabama (BCA) in partnership with the Alabama Know-how Institute (ATN), in line with a launch.
The Alabama Producer of the 12 months Awards program acknowledges the state’s prime producers. Recipients had been chosen by an unbiased panel of judges for his or her excellence in management, efficiency, profitability and workforce relations.
Stephanie A. Bryan, chairwoman and CEO for the Poarch Creek Indians congratulated MT for its nice work.
“I wish to congratulate Muskogee Know-how’s CEO Wes Woodruff and the group at MT for his or her nice work,” Bryan mentioned. “The Tribe is all the time searching for methods to offer jobs to hardworking Alabamians and MT is a superb instance of that.”
“We’re extraordinarily excited to be acknowledged by BCA for our arduous work and dedication to Alabamians,” Woodruff mentioned. “MT is humbled by this recognition and attribute the award to our particular person and collective dedication to excellence, fortitude, and perseverance all through such a tough time in our historical past whereas battling the COVID-19 pandemic. We stay up for a secure and productive 2022, inside and for the State of Alabama’s manufacturing sector.”
MT is an entity of the Poarch Band of Creek Indians (PBCI) and a subsidiary of Creek Indian Enterprises Growth Authority (CIEDA). MT employs over 75 folks in Atmore. Through the COVID-19 pandemic, they pivoted their enterprise operations to producing Private Protecting Gear (PPE) upon discovering a scarcity in Alabama and surrounding State.