W.W. Williams is honored to be recognized by the City of Dublin’s Mayor, Jane Fox for achieving the milestone of 110 years in operation. The mayor will meet with Williams executives on November 30th to present them with a Proclamation and tour a local branch.
Founded in 1912 in Columbus, Ohio, as a family-owned business, W.W. Williams has evolved into one of the nation’s most diversified solutions providers. The company offers a full range of industry-leading products, parts, and services to a diverse customer base as well as representing major original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). Today the company operates in 41 locations throughout the US and Mexico and employs over 1,000 employees. W.W. Williams is headquartered in Dublin, Ohio.
According to W.W. Williams CEO John Simmons, “The organization originally built by the Williams family has grown into a multifaceted operation whose focus has been to ensure our customers receive outstanding service. Our motto is ‘Consider It Done’ but to us, it is more than a phrase, it is our promise.”
“Our employees are W.W. Williams’ greatest asset – they’re the lifeblood of the company. We strive to attract and retain top talent, providing training and encouragement to foster professional growth and support our mentoring culture”, commented Bobby Bell, W.W. Williams CFO.
“In Dublin, we pride ourselves on being a sustainable, connected and resilient city where diverse businesses want to be located to grow, thrive and participate in the global economy,” Dublin Mayor Jane Fox shared. “There is no better example of this vision than W.W. Williams, which has proven its resilience over the past 110 years – growing and thriving through two world wars, the Great Depression and eleven decades of economic change. On behalf of the City of Dublin, I congratulate W.W. Williams for its longevity and sustained success.”