Map company wins state award
Holly Heintz Budd, Calvert County resident and former commissioners’ candidate, announced in a press release that her company, the Williams & Heintz Map Corp., has been named a 2018 Champion of Maryland Manufacturing by the Regional Manufacturing Institute of Maryland.
Williams & Heintz Map received an award for Energy and Sustainability, the release states.
Champions in this category are manufacturing companies or individuals that have or who have, significantly increased energy savings or helped to reduce carbon footprint within manufacturing facilities.
RMI received 280 champion nominations from every county in Maryland and Baltimore city in the following categories: Community Engagement, Emerging Leaders, Energy and Sustainability, Growth & Productivity, International Business, Manufacturing Technology (Industry 4.0), STEM Student Advocate and Talent Attraction.
The RMI Nominations Committee chose the top five champions who best exemplify these categories.
Founded in 1990, the nonprofit association today represents the interests of manufacturers statewide.
The event, recognizing the top Champions of Maryland Manufacturing, highlights successes and celebrates community spirit to promote a positive image of manufacturing in Maryland, the release states.
Williams & Heintz Map Corp. is ISO 14001 certified and a Maryland Green Registry member using green materials and sustainable environmental practices that combine sound business principles with environmental stewardship, the release states.
The company has been printing maps for entrepreneurs, government agencies, and map publishers since 1921.