Nelson Global unveils new Mission and Vision Statements

Oct 25, 2023

Stoughton, WI -- Nelson Global, a global leader in the design and manufacturing of thermal management, acoustic, air and fluid mechanics, and structural solutions, has unveiled its updated Mission and Vision Statements, underscoring the company's unwavering dedication to innovation, global collaboration, and environmental sustainability.

New Mission Statement: We engineer and manufacture custom solutions for key industries across the globe, enabling our customers to help the world grow, share, and prosper while delivering a sustainable future.

New Vision Statement: Be the preferred partner to provide technologies that bridge the needs of a constantly improving world, from innovation through a renewable product lifecycle.

These new statements reflects Nelson Global's commitment to developing innovative solutions that meet the ever-evolving needs of customers worldwide, while also leading the charge toward a dynamic and sustainable future.

"As a company, we have continuously reinvented ourselves, growing from a one building operation in Stoughton, Wisconsin in 1939 to become the global leader we are today," said Steve Scgalski, CEO of Nelson Global, in a letter to employees. "Our new Mission and Vision Statements were crafted intentionally to capture the work we are doing now and the role we want to play in the world as we move forward."

Those interested can read more about the company's history and global reach here.

About Nelson Global
Nelson Global designs, manufactures, and distributes custom solutions for customers across crucial industries worldwide. With 21 facilities in seven countries, a robust lifecycle management process, and advanced technologies at our disposal, we provide customers with innovative engineering, critical manufacturing flexibility, and unparalleled support. Driven by a strong dedication to quality and a local commitment to our partners, Nelson Global has been leading the global charge toward a dynamic future since 1939.