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Cathedral Corp. a finalist for business excellence award

Posted 7/1/22

Cathedral Corporation, 632 Ellsworth Road, has been named one of 23 manufacturing companies in a field of more than 160 nominees selected as a finalist for the Sterling Manufacturing Business …

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Cathedral Corp. a finalist for business excellence award

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ROME — Cathedral Corporation, 632 Ellsworth Road, has been named one of 23 manufacturing companies in a field of more than 160 nominees selected as a finalist for the Sterling Manufacturing Business Excellence (SMBE) Awards.

The Sterling Council and FloridaMakes collaborate on the SMBE awards to recognize the state’s high-performing manufacturers. Companies are judged in several criteria categories: leadership, strategy, customers, measurement, analysis and knowledge management, workforce, and operations.

Cathedral’s client, Hillsborough County Tax Collector’s Office, nominated Cathedral, stating, “Cathedral is an invaluable supplier to us at the Hillsborough County Tax Collector’s Office. Their ability to merge complex monthly data into our county template to create personalized registration renewals and parking permit applications is an important process and impacts our reputation. Cathedral’s programming, data processing, printing and mailing services all help us meet and exceed our customer requirements. Cathedral also CASS certifies our data to obtain the lowest possible postage rates and increase deliverability. This increases our community members’ satisfaction and reduces tax dollar spending.”

In addition, Cathedral has prepared Statistical Reports which support Hillsborough County’s continuous improvement processes.

“We are honored to be a finalist along with these other impressive manufacturing companies,” said Cathedral Corporation Chairman and CEO Marianne W. Gaige. “Our goal at Cathedral is to meet and exceed our customers’ expectations. It is gratifying to have Hillsborough County Tax Collector’s Office nominate us for this distinction. We also appreciate the support and resources that FloridaMakes and Sterling Council continue to offer to the Florida manufacturing sector.”

Cathedral began working with the U.S. Postal Service in 1916, supplying mailed offering envelopes to its church customers. Throughout its history, the company has grown and evolved to meet the changing needs of member and community-based organizations in financial services, health care, higher education, municipalities and authorities, non-profit organizations, Telco, and utilities with a collection of services including, but not limited to: The Essentials Suite (specialized set of services developed to handle critical communication needs), data management, direct mail, print production, digital solutions, and fulfillment services.

The company employs more than 265 people and is headquartered in a 60,000 square-foot facility at Griffiss Business and Technology Park in Rome, with additional facilities in Kensington, Conn.; Holbrook, N.Y.; Lincoln, R.I. and Orlando, Fla.

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