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Hendrickson Trailer Suspensions Systems
800 S Frontage Rd
Hendrickson, a Boler company, is one of the largest global suppliers of truck and tractor suspensions, trailer suspensions, truck lift axles, bumpers and trim components and springs to the commercial transportation industry. Headquartered in Itasca, IL, H
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Contact Name: Kirk Steer
Average yearly income on steady rise in county - theleafchronicle.com
Kirk Steer, plant manager at Hendrickson Trailer Suspension Systems, attributes part of the income increase to companies like Hendrickson.He said providing jobs that pay more than the minimum wage offered at fast food chains is a contributor to the increase.He added that his employees are paid an average of $10.50 an hour and that the company has recently increased its employment.
"We've hired over 100 people in the last four months," he
"We have other facilities in South Dakota, Ohio and Indiana, but we would rather invest in Clarksville and grow the facility here," said Kirk Steer, the plant manager for Hendrickson.
Woman severs arm in mishap at Hendrickson - theleafchronicle.com
"We're conducting a thorough investigation and spending time with the family," said Kirk Steer, Hendrickson's local plant manager since the facility opened five years ago.
"We have not been able to see her
.Only immediate family members are allowed to see her
, but what they're telling us is she
doesn't remember what happened." Gross, who has worked at Hendrickson for four years, was working on a manual lathe, one of the smaller ones in the facility, Steer said, when the accident occurred.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration guidelines do not require an outside investigation in such accidents, Steer
said the company vigorously promotes safety by paying close attention to detail, training new workers and involving employees in continuous methods for improvement.
"It's a total culture," he