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Nathalie Pilon recognized with EFC’s Industry Recognition Award

December 15, 2020 | By Anthony Capkun

Nathalie Pilon (file photo 2015)

December 15, 2020 – Nathalie Pilon, the former head of ABB Canada, has been recognized with Electro-Federation Canada’s highest honour—the Industry Recognition Award.

Recipients of this award demonstrate “strong leadership through their personal and professional industry involvement, and symbolize dedication, balance and achievement in regional, national and/or community activities”.

During her acceptance speech, Nathalie reminded us to continue fighting for manufacturing in Canada, and distributing Canadian-made goods. “We have great companies here in Canada,” she said.

Congratulations, Nathalie, and congratulations to the other honorees from EFC’s 2020 awards presentation…

CEMRA Person of the Year

This award honours an EFC member individual or company that makes a difference to the Canadian Electrical Manufacturers Representative Association by demonstrating leadership, commitment and outstanding contribution.

2020 Recipient: Tony Munden of Munden Enterprises (accepting)

EFC Trailblazer Award

This award honours someone from an EFC member organization who has been a catalyst for change by bringing new ideas, processes or best practices to the forefront in the industry.

2020 Recipient: Danny Buchanan, Rexel Canada (accepting)

EFC Corporate Engagement Excellence – CEMRA Award

2020 Recipient: Desdowd (accepted by Jean-Sebastien Bercier)

EFC Corporate Engagement Excellence – Distributor Award

2020 Recipient: Electrozad (accepted by Bill Smith)

EFC Corporate Engagement Excellence – Manufacturer Award

2020 Recipient: Ascot Capital Group (accepted by David Nathaniel)

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