The La Porte-Bayshore Chamber of Commerce, has honored Sulzer with the Business of the Year award. Recognizing the company’s outstanding participation, leadership and contribution in the local community, Mayor Louis R. Rigby, presented the award to Sulzer’s Darayus Pardivala, President Americas, Rotating Equipment Services.
In addition, US Representative, Brian Babin, TX-36 Congressional Member, presented Darayus a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition to Sulzer on being named the Chambers’ Business of the Year.
Since 1985, Sulzer has been an integral part of the La Porte-Bayshore community, providing jobs to the local economy as well as helping non-profit organizations, schools and the local community.
To further support the area, in 1994, Sulzer launched its annual Hack Attack charity golf tournament for its customers and partners. The Hack Attack raises money for Today’s Harbor for Children, which is a local charity that provides safe and caring homes for local children in crisis. To date, the annual tournament has raised over USD 2 million for this worthwhile cause.
On receiving the award, Darayus Pardivala explained: “It’s a great honor to be presented with such an award from those with whom we work with so closely. Sulzer has a long tradition of supporting the local community and we enjoy helping where we can.”
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