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To Work Above the Line

GREENVILLE — They are growing and looking to hire, says Jase Barhorst, human resources manager, at Ramco Electric Motors. The 33-year-old company manufactures electric motors and a variety of related components for use in everything from industrial to the military, even aerospace.

From the September 10, 2019 edition of The Daily Advocate

By Bethany Royer-Delong

GREENVILLE — They are growing and looking to hire, says Jase Barhorst, human resources manager, at Ramco Electric Motors. The 33-year-old company manufactures electric motors and a variety of related components for use in everything from industrial to the military, even aerospace.

The company, a designed-to-print, subcontract manufacturer, was founded by Ray and Millie Dunaway and is now under the sole ownership of their son, Dave. It has grown from humble beginnings of a mere ten employees to a current 130, many if not most from the Darke County area.

It was a mid-week afternoon when Barhorst, along with Melissa Good, IT manager, and John Baker, sales, provided a behind-the-scenes peek into the manufacturing plant on Jaysville-St. Johns Road. The company moved from their founding 30,000 square foot facility on Sater Street in 2011 to outside the city limits on 20 acres and in a 72,000 square foot facility.

For the last two years, Ramco has worked to expand its sales footprint in multiple areas. Barhorst, Good, and Baker, wanted to showcase how far the business has come in three decades. And, as Baker stated, show that manufacturing is, “alive and well” in the community. A fact shared by Good as the company has much to celebrate from the addition of new employees to welcoming three new yet-to-be-announced North America manufacturing customers.

The Ramco philosophy is based on a competent, trained staff, supported by a dedicated quality team, all of whom are committed to customer satisfaction. It revolves around a vision or guiding light shared by Barhorst – 100 percent safety, quality, and on-time delivery.

The customer needs the latter two, and the first is imperative for the employees, explained Barhorst. He cited the company has had zero injuries over the last 14 months, which isn’t an easy accomplishment since Ramco welcomed 25 new employees in May. The company, previously and exclusively one shift, also recently added a second shift.

There is a distinct emphasis on people as their purpose is to “improve the lives of our employees so they can strengthen their families and communities.”.....

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