The “Manufacturing Cares” category award recognizes New Jersey manufacturers for their commitment to industry leadership, innovation, growth through revenue and the growth and development of employees and communities in the areas of operations and continuous improvements, management philosophy, workforce development and supply chain development. The award is named after the NJMEP Manufacturing Cares philanthropic program,
Headquartered in Riverdale, New Jersey, Sava is a manufacturer of custom, miniature and ultrafine tungsten, stainless steel and other mechanical cables, assemblies and components for the wearable and surgical robotics markets, as well industrial and aerospace sectors.
In addition to its performance as a business, Sava was recognized for its charitable giving, employee volunteering, its pledge to retain employees through the COVID-19 pandemic and its donation of a bionic arm made by Sava customer TrueLimb to a child who wouldn’t have otherwise been able to obtain the device.
“There is great satisfaction that comes with caring for our customers and our community, while also sharing this award with our Sava employees,” Sava President and CEO Chris Krasas said in a news release. “It’s a part of everything we are trying to achieve here at Carl Stahl Sava Industries.”