Brett talks about the purpose of acquisitions at WNP and how there is always room for more.

Willington Nameplate, Inc., (WNP) a leading manufacturer of permanent labeling solutions closed its doors in Stafford Springs, CT on October 17, 2019 to help Opportunity Works Connecticut, Inc. (OWC) in Rockville, CT. OWC is a non-profit agency that supports people with intellectual and physical disabilities. Normally businesses that perform community service limit it to a few hours or the activity …

Things have changed from immediately starting someone on the job to onboarding a new hire in the complete business of nameplates and labels.

Brett Greene talks about Willington Nameplate’s Quality Certifications. Sometimes we prove to the customer that they weren’t getting parts to blueprint from competitors.

Brett Greene explains how Willington Nameplate went from nuisance commodity to enabling essential communication. Safety labeling plays a big part in enabling essential communication.  

Our very own President, Brett Greene made a series of videos with Ari Santiago from IT Direct about manufacturers in the Connecticut area. Learn something new about Willington Nameplate.

The Willington Nameplate family welcomes José Morales in the position of Operations Manager. José will be responsible for enhancing our flexible, team based work environment, optimizing the value we provide our customers while exceeding quality, delivery and world-class customer service goals. José will be reporting to Brett Greene, President. José comes with thirteen years of experience in the aerospace industry, …

Today Willington Nameplate (WNP) dedicated its New Waste Water Treatment System to one of its employees who was critical in its success, Mark Slater, Etching Technician. The WWTS is a major upgrade to the old evaporation system and fully compliant to the latest CT DEEP standards. Mark Slater, Etching Technician (L) along with Brett Greene, President (R) Willington Nameplate employees …

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