STOCKBRIDGE — A Henry County business is among 31 companies in Georgia recognized as a GLOBE Award recipient by the Georgia Department of Economic Development.

Parts and Repair Technical Services in Stockbridge was recognized for excellence as a new exporter to international markets in the past year. PARTS Inc. represents more than 140 U.S. aircraft parts manufacturers, specializing in urgent, non-stock listed, hard-to-find or obsolete parts and has emerged as a partner to countries across the world.

During calendar year 2019, GLOBE winners from 17 counties across Georgia collectively entered 75 new international markets.

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“Our entire International Trade team looks forward to celebrating our GLOBE Award winners every year,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development Deputy Commissioner for International Trade Mary Waters. “I’m very proud not only of our winners’ exceptional international achievements, but also of the guidance and tailored information our trade team has been able to equip them with every step of the way.”

The GLOBE Awards program began in 2014 as a way to recognize local businesses contributing to Georgia’s economic growth through global trade. Since its inception, the GLOBE Awards have recognized nearly 200 Georgia businesses from 48 counties across the state who entered new international markets.

In addition, four companies were recognized as 2020 Exporters of the Year. They are:

♦ Exporter of the Year, small company: Poriferous, LLC, Newnan

♦ Exporter of the Year, mid-size company: Sunnyland Farms, Inc., Albany

♦ Exporter of the Year, mid-size company: Vital4, Marietta

♦ Exporter of the Year, large company: Zcorum, Alpharetta

Following is a complete list of the 2020 GLOBE Award winners:

♦ AGRI International LLC, Atlanta

♦ American 3B Scientific, LP, Tucker

♦ Crider Foods, Stillmore

♦ DataSeers, Alpharetta

♦ Easy Bar Inc., Kennesaw

♦ Fischer Connectors, Inc., Alpharetta

♦ Hydro Dynamics, Inc., Rome

♦ Inno Concepts Inc. dba CocoaTown, Alpharetta

♦ Jetaire Group, Fayetteville

♦ LivFul, Inc., Alpharetta

♦ Matrix Surgical USA, Atlanta

♦ Okabashi Brands Inc., Buford

♦ One-World, Inc., Tucker

♦ Osborne Wood Products, Inc., Toccoa

♦ Parts and Repair Technical Services Incorporated, Stockbridge

♦ Patientory, Inc., Atlanta

♦ Petrolern LLC, Brookhaven

♦ Plurium Technology, LLC, Peachtree Corners

♦ Poriferous, LLC, Newnan

♦ Rackettown Mustangs, Lyons

♦ RCF Technologies, Vidalia

♦ Richland Distilling Company, Richland

♦ Rotorcorp LLC, Atlanta

♦ Sunnyland Farms, Inc., Albany

♦ The Seydel Companies, Pendergrass

♦ THERMOCOAX, Alpharetta

♦ Trans Globe, Woodstock


♦ Valtorc International, Kennesaw

♦ Vital4, Marietta

♦ Zcorum, Alpharetta

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