Hellwig Suspension Products Earns National Women’s Business Enterprise Certification

Hellwig Earns Nat’l Women’s Business Enterprise Cert.

The Women’s Business Enterprise recognition certifies that Hellwig Products is owned, operated and controlled by a woman.

Hellwig Suspension Products, an industry-leading manufacturer of towing, hauling and performance suspension products, has received official recognition as a Women’s Business Enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

The Women’s Business Enterprise recognition certifies that Hellwig Products is owned, operated and controlled by a woman. Hellwig Products CEO Melanie Hellwig-White is the fourth generation of the Hellwig family at the reigns of the automotive manufacturing company – and the first female.

“The number of women-owned businesses is on the rise,” said Hellwig-White. “The industry continues to change with time, and I’m proud of the Hellwig Products team for evolving in many ways.”

The news of the Women’s Business Enterprise certification is another step in a trend of growth for Hellwig Products as it continues to secure new business.

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