Members from Eberl Iron Works took a short ride down Sycamore Street today, to neighboring St. Luke’s Mission to drop off toy donations from employees.
Eberl Iron Works, Inc., has received the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Award in the small business category, for companies with 50 or fewer employees.
Anyone who has ever driven past a road sign has experienced the masterful salesmanship of Herb Henry. Herb spent his entire 40-year career with the Unistrut Corporation, which manufactures Telespar® square tubing. Thanks largely to Herb, Telespar’s distinctive signposts dot virtually every road in North America.
The 2015 Safety Award of Honor is presented to Eberl Iron Works, Inc., for having a perfect safety record – no recordable injuries or illnesses for calendar year 2014.
(Buffalo, NY – March 24th, 2015) Nine Western New York companies have been selected as finalists for the 2015 Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Award.
Eberl Iron Works, Inc. didn’t need to look far to make the first acquisition in its 90-year history. Buffalo Metal Forming has been its neighbor on Sycamore Street for almost two decades.
With steady industrial growth increasing demands on management and staff, Eberl Iron Works, Inc. has created three new positions, hiring two new employees and promoting another.
Non-domestic sign posts do not have the approvals of either the NYS Department of Transportation (NYSDOT), or the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
Hiring and fostering interns has long been a practice at Eberl Iron Works, where many business, finance, accounting and marketing students, from Canisius College, as well as the University of Buffalo, have come to learn valuable job skills over the years.
Eberl Iron Works, Inc., a third generation family owned and operated business in Buffalo, NY celebrates 90 years in business with a sculpture and private event.