Published in the Hometown Press The employees of Co-Line, a manufacturing business south of Sully, surprised their owner Dale “Rail” Brand with a 60th birthday gift he won’t soon forget. Co-Line, formerly known as County Line Welding back in the late 1970′s and early 1980′s was prominently known in the area as a farm repair […]
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Employees brought out their friendly, competitive sides by participating in a company-wide Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest, December 20. This year, contestants upped the ante to secure votes from their coworkers by thinking beyond a simple sweater by including front and back Christmas ugliness and/or ugly adornments from head-to-toe. Because of their dedication and creativity, the […]
Co-Liners stepped up big when challenged to bring in canned food donations the day before Thanksgiving. They delivered a whopping 540 pounds worth of canned items for the East Jasper Christian Food Pantry. The generosity continued when Co-Line, in turn, wrote a check for $540 for the pantry. The food was collected during lunch breaks […]
Thursday, Oct. 26, was a good day to be a Co-Liner. At the quarterly meeting that day, employees enjoyed a free lunch catered by Country Catering and paid for by 1st State Bank. Ten Co-Line employees and two staffing agency employees were welcomed to their first quarterly meeting. For the third quarter, $2,860 was shared […]
About 120 Co-Liners took a lap around Lake Seven-A as part of the Healthiest State Walk on Oct. 4. They joined Iowans from every county in taking steps toward healthier living through the Healthiest State Initiative’s annual walk. Following the walk, employees were treated to a free healthy meal by Country Catering.
For the second year in a row, Co-Line has been named one of the best finishing shops in North America. That’s according to an industry benchmarking survey conducted by “Products Finishing” magazine, a trade publication which has covered the industry since 1938. The magazine conducted an extensive benchmarking survey that analyzed hundreds of finishing companies […]
After a strong storm this past summer shattered the window in the south end of the north building and tore the flag that hung there beyond repair, a new flag was hung by Tim Collins on Saturday, Oct. 14. Many may remember the original flag hung after the tornado in 2007 had special meaning. The […]