UDT Selected as Finalists in 2016 Good to Great Awards Award for Enterprise Excellence

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce has selected UDT
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Company Announcement

Date: April 27th, 2016

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce has selected UDT (UDT) as a finalist of the 2016 Good to Great Award which showcases businesses throughout the tri-county region that have achieved greatness in their mission and established themselves as industry leaders.

Award finalists are recognized as businesses that show a pattern of transitioning from a solid performance to great performance over a four-year period, while also demonstrating proven leadership and a solid and consistent workforce.

The award will be presented this Thursday, April 28 during the annual Good to Great Awards luncheon hosted by the Chamber.
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