Pizzamatic Corp Leads By Example: Hosts National Fund for Plant Tour

Posted by Amy Fitzgerald on Apr 14, 2015 12:50:07 PM

On April 8, the Rota Skipper Corporation/Pizzamatic Corp., a family owned, third generation manufacturer in South Holland hosted the Board of Directors of the National Fund for Workforce Solutions and IMEC to tour their facilities.

Pizzamatic Facility Tour Pizzamatic’s mission and business practices align perfectly with the National Funds’ workforce initiative as well as the efforts of IMEC’s Genesis Movement by sharing a strong focus on personnel.

Pizzamatics’s Cliff Fitch III, Owner, and Randy Medina, Sales Manager, spoke to the group on the capabilities and advantages of employing a dedicated and highly skilled workforce.  As a member of the Genesis Movement, Fitch and Medina spoke eloquently on how they are involved in the community to better support the local manufacturer in hiring highly skilled workers.

Pizzamatic Facility TourDavid Boulay, IMEC President, and John Bradarich IMEC’s Affiliate Relations Manager, emphasized the importance of integrating people, process and product.  In order for a manufacturer to gain world class status, using the Pizzamatic Corp as the example of what they are doing right, continuous improvement remains an integral part in order for a manufacturer to remain successful.

About Pizzamatic

For over 30 years Pizzamatic  designs and manufactures complete fully integrated pizza topping lines to apply sauce, cheese, vegetables, meats, and pepperoni to pizza crusts.

Their commitment and dedication provide their customers with the most value for their investment. The tradition has derived from innovation and hard work. They continually invest in technologies and an experienced workforce so that their customers can maximize benefits from state-of-the-art machines ran by a highly skilled workforce.

About The National Fund

The National Fund, based in Boston, is a growing national partnership of employers, workers, communities and philanthropy that strengthens local economies by implementing demand-driven strategies that create talent supply chains, advance workers into family-supporting careers, and improve workforce development systems.

Operating in more than 30 communities across the United States, the National Fund promotes the development of employer-led industry partnerships that guide educational and training investments in skills and credentials.

To learn more about the Genesis Movement, visit or contact IMEC at 888-806-4632.

Amy Fitzgerald

Written by Amy Fitzgerald

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