PSI’s marketing, aftermarket, industrial, energy and on-road teams; as well as our finance department, executive leadership and Weichai, shared results and plans during a sales meeting Feb. 19-20.
In December, PSI’s Wood Dale and Itasca facilities collected more than 500 mittens, hats, gloves, scarves and work socks for children and adults in need.
During the holiday season, PSI’s Darien facility teamed with Twin Oaks, an organization that provides 12 residences where homeless households can stay up to 60 days.
PSI hosted a group of automotive students from Southern Illinois University at its 1465, 101 and 201 facilities on Dec. 17. The students toured all three facilities and also had an opportunity to talk to PSI staff about our operations.
Weichai’s Billy Lin defeated former PSI table tennis champion Greg Chwastek in the finals of the PSI fall table tennis single elimination tournament Dec. 12.
This year’s Thanksgiving Adopt-A-Family Program set a goal to support 15 families in the community; however, the PSI team stepped up to exceed this goal by 15 families.
Notorious D.I.G. earned a 2-0 championship victory over Legion of Boom on November 21 in the eight-week volleyball league.
Dusters earned a 9-6 championship victory over Hittin’ Dingers on September 19 in the eight-week fifth-annual PSI softball league.
More than 100 PSI employees volunteered August 14 for Feed My Starving Children, a Schaumburg-based charity organization.
PSI's Table Tennis and Soccer leagues recently crowned champions following weeks of competition.
PSI employees donated dog crates and beds, treats, medicine, toys, laundry detergent, leashes, gift cards and other supplies in honor of National Dog Rescue Day May 20.
The PSI Basketball League season concluded May 8 after many exciting competitive games and position shifting in the standings.
PSI continued its strong support of the Wood Dale Police Department during the holiday season by raising $1,290 for the police “Shop With a Cop” program.
The PSI Community Service Committee recently coordinated two hugely successful efforts to help community members for the holidays.