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Hogg awarded Diamond Jubilee medal for commitment to LEAN manufacturing

Published by Derek Lothian on June 05, 2012

Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) President & CEO, Jayson Myers, was on-hand in Winnipeg this morning to present the prestigious Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal to LEAN manufacturing pioneer, David Hogg.

Hogg was recognized during the opening address of the 2012 CME LEAN Manufacturing Conference for his work in developing a widely popular operational model for LEAN consortia.

“I am delighted to reward David’s lifelong dedication to the manufacturing community in Canada,” says Myers. “His commitment to continuous improvement has transcended the shop floor, and has truly made a difference for both organizations and the people working within those organizations across the country.”

Prior to establishing his first company in 1987, Hogg held engineering, educational and managerial positions in the public and private sectors. He officially retired from High Performance Solutions – a company he founded – in 2008.

Hogg holds a diploma in electronics engineer technology from Mohawk College, and a bachelor of applied science degree in electrical engineering form the University of Waterloo.

“I thank David for his important contributions in helping ensure the competitiveness of Canadian manufacturers,” adds Myers. “This award is very well-deserved.”

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