Sterling Heights, MI. – The Army Land Systems Division (ALSD) of PD Systems, Inc. has recognized several employees for the exceptional support and execution of the ADR mission at the Fort Riley LRC. The employees are Mark Westfall, Craig Wendt, John Dubois and Mike McGarvey. To the right they are, from top to bottom, staring with Mark Westfall, and are receiving the awards from Mr. Mark Moos (PM, Fort Riley LRC, Marton Technologies, Inc.). The PDS Teams attention to detail resulted in positive comments at high level meetings by the head inspector from Germany. The teams hard work and dedication are testimony to the highest level of character desired in all PD Systems employees.
ADR, formally known as the European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road, is a 1957 United Nations treaty that governs the transnational transport of hazardous materials. ADR is derived from the French name for the treaty: Accord europeen relatif au transport international des marchandises Dangereuses par Route. The ADR program ensures US military vehicles have the proper markings and vehicle lighting for Europe.
The employee’s received a signed letter from the Vice President and General Manager and the Fort Riley Program Manager of the ALSD, a framed ALSD Certificate of Achievement, and a gift card. John Macik, PD Systems Vice President and General Manager of ALSD, congratulating the employees, saying, “ALSD is proud that each of you are members of our team. Our reputation comes largely from our employees working out in the field and always going above and beyond.”
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