With an eye to the future,Tanury educates, empowers

AN ENGAGING WORKPLACE: A significant investment in workforce development yields improved quality and lower costs at Tanury Industries. Examining a newly copper-plated hand rail for a private jet are, from left: George Morse, quality-control manager; Dwight Annese, sales representative; Tracey Silva, aviation project manager; and Joe Accaoui, executive vice president of operations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
AN ENGAGING WORKPLACE: A significant investment in workforce development yields improved quality and lower costs at Tanury Industries. Examining a newly copper-plated hand rail for a private jet are, from left: George Morse, quality-control manager; Dwight Annese, sales representative; Tracey Silva, aviation project manager; and Joe Accaoui, executive vice president of operations. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
Tanury Industries has a rich history in Rhode Island. The family-owned electroplating business has been around for more than 70 years. Still, company leaders have their eyes firmly on the future. "There's going to be some change in leadership in five to 10 years, and of course we want the company to continue to grow…
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