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…

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