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InCord: A Leader in the WorkPlace

InCord, North America’s largest custom netting fabricator, is delighted to announce that it has been awarded as a Top Workplace for 2019 by the Hartford Courant for the ninth consecutive year. Hartford Courant recognized 60 companies and organizations in Greater Hartford on September 19, 2019. These companies were recognized as a result of surveys about the workplace completed by their …

Safety First, Last & Always. A look at Safety Nets from InCord

As seen in September 2019 Stage-Directions Issue The Connecticut-based InCord has been making safety nets for over 24 years; making them for a variety of industries—industrial, construction, amusement, sports, environmental. They’ve been constructing theater-specific safety nets for the past 13 years. They offer products to protect cast and crew from set construction to rehearsals, right through the final performance to …

InCord Passes Annual ISO 9001:2015 Audit with Perfect Score

InCord has successfully passed their ISO 9001 annual audit for the 11th year in a row, and for the 5th year in a row having passed the audit with a perfect score of zero procedure errors. The ISO 9001 quality program certifies that their business operations including the entire workflow from the customer placing an order, through production, to shipping …

InCord Featured in Material Handling & Automation News

As seen in April 9, 2019 issue InCord Safety Netting Opens New Plant in Connecticut InCord, North America’s leading manufacturer of custom safety netting solutions, recently opened a new manufacturing facility in Oakdale, Connecticut, which is devoted entirely to the company’s material handling product line. “This greatly increases our capacity and streamlines workflow,” says Brian Stevenson, Vice President of InCord’s …

InCord in the Beginning: A New Template for a Changing World

Enter InCord’s front doors and you’re greeted by a bright, multicolored, mural-like painting celebrating netting, a smiling receptionist ready to assist, and a life-size statue of Elvis mid-song and wearing a long scarf of rainbow netting. If you are lucky, you might come across InCord’s own bard and Director of Business Development-Environmental Division, Danny Shanahan, reciting an original poem to …

InCord’s Creative Management: Becoming a Place Workers Love

InCord receives CT Top Workplace Award for 8th consecutive year in 2018 How many of us can say we love going to work? How many of us are all too familiar with the dread and despair that ensues when we even think about our job? Trying to imagine “love” and “work” in connection to each other may seem a contradiction …

InCord Featured in Construction Today Magazine

InCord has recently been featured in the January issue of Construction Today Magazine – a publication focusing on companies that build in North America. We are grateful to not only be exclusively profiled as an innovative manufacturer focused on safety within our industry, but to share the pride we take in our products, as well as our InCord company culture.

InCord Certified ISO 9001:2015

InCord operations, including, all activities of management and workflow, has now achieved ISO 9001: 2015 quality level certification, Friday June 29th, 2018. In practice, and through documented and audited results, we have proven to the ISO quality council that InCord stands with the best as a top-level business. Our achievement of quality is expressed through InCord company policy and embraced …

Meredith Ritz Shay Appointed New CEO of InCord

InCord has announced the appointment of Meredith Ritz Shay as their new CEO. Shay will assume responsibilities on 6/18/18 and will succeed Ed Ritz, who will continue to serve InCord as adviser and as President of the InCord Board of Directors. Meredith Shay has formally been employed at InCord for seven years, starting as a Project Manager before being promoted …

“Telling the Story: The Life of a Technical Writer” Featuring InCord Wins First Place

The RHAM high school student film, “Telling the story: The Life of a Technical Writer”, won first place at the EAMA Film Festival held held last night, Thursday, April 26 at Quinebaug Valley Community College. The awards event featured the screening of 13 videos created by teams of area high school students. The student teams were paired with EAMA manufacturing …