Ultimation has been selected as a finalist in Amazon’s inaugural Small Business Awards. The company is one of six finalists in the category for Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year. The Amazon Small Business of the Year program is designed to spotlight some of the small businesses that are demonstrating the benefits that small business can achieve by selling on Amazon.
Ultimation CEO, Jacqueline Canny was quoted by Amazon saying “I’m a strong believer in U.S. Manufacturing and the value of Made in the USA products. Our conveyor and material handling manufacturing business is in Metro Detroit, so we know how to get great stuff made. We’re proud to say that about 70% of our sales team are female. With the focus on relentless improvements in process and products, our formula to success is pretty simple. Made in the USA products, sold directly to the end customer, shipped quickly and with the best pricing.”
Now that the finalists are announced, the public will have an opportunity to vote for the winner. Voting is open until November 8th 2019. You can learn more about the Amazon Awards and vote for Ultimation by following this link.
Ultimation’s primary business segments are larger conveyor systems, however in recent years the company has expanded into smaller, ‘quick ship’ products and systems that are sold through the company’s own website and through the Amazon channel. The intense measurement systems from Amazon and relentless customer focus of the Amazon process have enabled Ultimation to improve their ISO 9001 quality process and continually improve customer satisfaction.