9/27/2013

Celebrating 40 Years by Giving Back

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To honor the 40th anniversary of LNS Group (based in Orvin, Switzerland), the company’s more than 800 employees have committed to give back to their communities through public service.

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LNS America employees raised $3,995 during the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes.

To honor the 40th anniversary of LNS Group (based in Orvin, Switzerland), the company’s more than 800 employees have committed to give back to their communities through public service. As part of this charge, North American headquarters employees recently participated in the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes in Cincinnati, Ohio, exceeding its $3,500 goal by raising $3,955.

In addition to the JDRF walk, LNS America employees have helped rehabilitate homes for underprivileged families. Europe-based employees support the European Leukodystrophy Association, and in Taiwan the employees have been painting primary school walls.

Founded in 1973 as a bar feed manufacturer, LNS has consistently expanded both bar feeding technology and the breadth of its product range. Today, LNS is a one-stop shop for machine tool peripherals that include chip conveyors, coolant management systems, workholding devices, air filtration systems and a comprehensive assortment of 12’ and short-load bar feeders.

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