Plant Engineering‘s Top Plant award program honors the outstanding manufacturing facilities in North America. The 2020 Top Plant Award will be featured in the December 2020 issue of Plant Engineering and will be formally honored at the 2021 Engineering Awards in Manufacturing dinner.
> > Enter your plant for the 2020 program today; entries close October 2, 2020
Beyond the recognition is an opportunity for manufacturers to conduct an internal audit of operations against the criteria in the Top Plant entry form. Entrants also can benchmark their plants’ performance against other entrants.
Past Top Plant winners
- Top Plant 2019: The Raymond Corporation, Greene, N.Y.
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2019 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2018: Mazak USA, Florence, Ky.
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2018 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2017: Rockwell Automation, Twinsburg, Ohio
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2017 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2016: MFC Netform, Shelby Township, Mich.
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2016 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2015: Phoenix Contact USA, Middletown, Pa.
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2015 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2014: Mother Parkers RealCup, Mississauga, Ontario, and Victaulic, Eaton, Pa.
- Click here to read the feature stories about the 2014 Top Plants.
- Top Plant 2013: Lincoln Electric Co., Cleveland.
- Click here to read the feature story about the 2013 Top Plant.
- Top Plant 2012: Pfizer Global Supply, Kalamazoo, Mich., and Masco Cabinetry, Sayre, Pa.
- Click here to read the feature stories about the 2012 Top Plants and view the photo galleries.
- Top Plant 2011: NACCO Materials Handling Group, Berea, Ky.
- Click here to read a feature story about the 2011 Top Plant and view the photo gallery.
- Top Plant 2010: Toyota Industrial Equipment Manufacturing, Columbus, Ind.
- Top Plant 2009: Siemens Industry Inc., Norwood, Ohio
- Top Plant 2008: Square D, Columbia, Mo., and Quality Float Works, Schaumburg, Ill.
- Top Plant 2007: GEMA, Dundee, Mich.; SEW Eurodrive, Lyman, S.C.; and Spirax Sarco, Blythewood, S.C.
- Top Plant 2006: BMW, Spartanburg, S.C.; Square D, Lincoln, Neb.; and Toyota, Georgetown, Ky.
- Top Plant 2005: Daimler-Chrysler, Belviedere, Ill.
- Top Plant 2004: Hewlett Packard, Aguadilla, Puerto Rico and S+C Electric, Chicago