Cincinnati Sub-Zero Medical receives Governor's 2008 Excellence in Exporting Award ('E-Award'), official state recognition of success in international sales; Ohio Governor Ted Strickland and Lieutenant Governor Lee Fisher present award to CSZ Chairman of the Board Eileen Berke.
Cincinnati (PRWEB) August 11, 2008 -- Cincinnati Sub-Zero (CSZ) Medical, a division of CSZ Products, Inc. and the leader in the design and development of advanced patient temperature management solutions, today announced it received the Governor's 2008 Excellence in Exporting Award ('E-Award'), an annual, state-level recognition of an Ohio-based company's success in international sales efforts.
The Ohio Department of Development, a cabinet-level agency, works to expand economic prosperity in the state by fostering public-private-sector cooperation and promoting the export of Ohio products and services to strengthen Ohio's economy and advance its leadership position in the global marketplace. The result has been consistent triumphs in global sales for the state. Ohio is the eighth-largest exporting state in the US. Ohio is the only state to experience an increase in exports every year since 1998. In 2007, Ohio companies exported $42.4 billion in goods, an increase of 11.1 percent over the prior year.
Surpassing even that pace by nearly three times, CSZ Medical international sales have increased on average 30 percent annually for the past four years. CSZ sells its complete line of hyper-hypothermia solutions to countries in Europe, Asia, and elsewhere. To do so, CSZ has established localized warehousing and alternate-language support materials, participates in global industry conferences, strategically trains its distributors (more than 40 to date), as well as employs a head of international sales to coordinate export account associates and regional sales managers.
"Exporting is a vital componen
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