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Nov
02
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2022 Logan Aluminum Trunk or Treat

Our 1st Annual Trunk Or Treat was a huge success!   Thank you to the volunteers that turned our parking lot into the best Halloween party with dancing, food, face painting, pumpkins, and LOTS of candy. Almost 300 children attended and left with not only buckets full of candy, but an understanding of what being part […]

Nov
02
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Logan Aluminum Partners with Bowling Green Chamber of Commerce as Official Water Sponsor

Logan Aluminum has partnered with the Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce to help minimize the waste going into our landfills as their official Water Sponsor. This sponsorship allows the Chamber to purchase aluminum canned water, instead of plastic, for guests that come into the Chamber for meetings and events. The aluminum cans can be […]

Nov
02
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Employee Spotlight—Bobby Lee

Bobby Lee is a High Voltage Reliability General Technician in ESM, where he and his team work to maintain the power distribution equipment for each unit. He began his career at Logan Aluminum in 2017 working as a GT in DC4. Bobby said he decided to join the team at Logan because of our excellent […]

Oct
18
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2022 Tobacco & Heritage Festival Parade

We had an amazing time showing the community “There’s no Place Like Logan Aluminum” at the Logan County KY Tobacco & Heritage Festival parade on Saturday, October 8th! Thank you to our team members for their hard work–Our float won 3rd place for the Industry category!    

Oct
14
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Logan Legacies—Blake Gettings

Blake Gettings began his career at Logan Aluminum in August of 2017 as an Operating Technician in DC4 Melt Bay, where he worked for a year before being promoted to the Raw Materials team. During this time, Blake and his team managed inventories and receipts throughout DC4, Recycling, and Remelt areas. In spring of this […]

Oct
13
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Safety Week Open House

Congratulations to the Logan team for achieving 6 million hours worked without a Lost Time Accident (LTA). Reaching this milestone reflects everyone’s efforts to recognize and control exposures. The ESS team had a variety of safety activities on September 27th and 28th to showcase the technology and training opportunities available at Logan. Simulator stations, including […]

Oct
03
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Logan Legacy—Dudley Bouldin

Dudley Bouldin has been an Operating Technician in CM4 for the past three years. Born and raised in Russellville, Kentucky, Dudley said that he pursued a career at Logan Aluminum because he saw first-hand what a good place it was to work. Dudley is a fourth-generation namesake. His grandfather, Dudley, who is better known as […]

Oct
03
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Close the Loop Recycling Campaign

Sustainability has been the heart of Logan Aluminum‘s foundation, culture, and principles since 1981. We’re excited to announce Logan Aluminum and Western Kentucky University are working together with innovative subscription-based recycling company, Recyclops, to create a sustainable future for our community and environment by “Closing the Loop“!  Logan Aluminum team members will be set up […]

Sep
22
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Employee Spotlight—Jason Stovall

After high school, Jason Stovall pursued a career as an ASC mechanic and worked for different car dealerships for several years before taking a position at Carpenter Company as an automation electric troubleshooter mechanic. As a father of four, Jason said that working the evening shift rarely allowed him to spend time with his kids. […]

Sep
07
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Employee Spotlight—Penny Epley

Penny Epley was born in Idar–Oberstein, Germany where her father was stationed in the military.  She grew up in Murray, Kentucky, where she completed a degree from Murray State University. She has a background in occupational safety and health with a focus in industrial hygiene. After her daughter’s dad transferred to Logan County with TVA, Penny […]

Sep
07
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Employee Spotlight—Ronnie Rosser

Ronnie Rosser began his career at Logan Aluminum twenty-four years ago as an Operating Technician in Finishing. He worked at Slitter 3 for eight years, where he completed numerous projects within his unit. After showing an interest in Human Resources, Ronnie’s team sent him to the HR department for two weeks to learn about recruitment, […]

Jul
28
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Careers Forward Scholarship 2022

On Tuesday, July 26th, we were proud to award Aidan Cruz, Casey Sears, and David Thomason with scholarships to attend Southcentral Kentucky Community & Technical College. Careers Forward is a work pathway program to support students who are interested in a career in industrial maintenance. This scholarship sponsored by Logan Aluminum Inc. will pay for […]

Jul
18
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Logan Legacy—Courtnay Watkins

Finishing Operating Technician, Courtnay Watkins, is a second-generation team member of Logan Aluminum. Before Logan Aluminum first began construction in 1981, her father, John Gatlin, collaborated with team members to build the foundation of Logan Aluminum’s team concept, culture and principles that led to an innovative way of working so productive it has been studied […]

Jul
18
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Employee Spotlight—Keenan Brown

Keenan Brown is a Quality Specialist in Finishing and recently celebrated eight years with Logan Aluminum. Keenan completed his Bachelors in Earth Science from Western Kentucky University when he first started as an Operating Technician in 2014. He said that he decided to pursue a career with Logan because he felt comfortable with the culture […]

Jul
06
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United Way Live United Awards Banquet 2022

On Tuesday, June 28th, United Way of Southern Kentucky held the Live United Awards Banquet. The awards recognized organizations and individuals who supported their community during the pandemic, helped tornado recovery and furthered the mission of United Way over the past year. This was the first time the awards had been held in person since […]

Mar
30
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CELEBRATING THE WOMEN OF LOGAN, 2021

To honor the women of Logan Aluminum during Women’s History Month and International Women’s Day in March, we are highlighting the amazing women in manufacturing that continue to make Logan the leading manufacturer of aluminum can sheet in North America! PENNY EPLEY, Industrial Hygienist, Safety “Penny’s personality and experience exert a stabilizing influence upon the […]

Mar
10
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Novelis Announces Leadership Changes at Kentucky Facilities

New Plant Managers Named at Aluminum Plants in Guthrie and Logan WESTERN KENTUCKY – March 10, 2021 – Novelis Inc., the world leader in aluminum rolling and recycling, today announced it has named Tom Lilienthal as Plant Manager of its newest automotive aluminum sheet manufacturing facility in Guthrie, Kentucky. Lilienthal assumes the role after previous […]

Feb
18
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Logan and Tri-Arrows Aluminum donates to Logan County Schools, Project Lead the Way

Representatives from Logan Aluminum and Tri-Arrows Aluminum had the honor of presenting Logan County Schools a check for $40,000 to support Project Lead the Way. The funds will be used to purchase classroom project kits where elementary school students will be able to apply their STEM learnings with hands-on activities. Project kits in the past […]

Nov
11
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Thank you to our Veterans!

We will always stand proudly with you! On this day especially, we’d like to thank all the Veterans and their families that have served our country. At Logan, we are proud of have over 130 employees who have served in the Armed Forces! These men & women bravely serve and defend the country unselfishly and […]

Nov
02
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Celebrating Halloween Together, Even when Apart

Thank you to employees and families who sent in photos for the Halloween Costume Contest! 🎃 Congratulations to the winners that are shown here. This year has been especially challenging, but the positivity & enthusiasm of everyone who were willing to share how they celebrated Halloween with us was overwhelming! This reminds that there is always […]

Oct
27
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LOGAN’S REGIONAL IMPACT, October 2020

October 20, 2020 – LOGAN RECOGNIZED FOR COMMUNITY IMPACT at Bowling Green Area Chamber of Commerce’s Targeted Business & Industry Awards. See press release here. The Chamber also created a video highlighting Logan’s support of community organizations during the pandemic. You can watch it HERE. LOGAN ON COVID-19 BEST PRACTICES PANEL, SOUTH CENTRAL KENTUCKY WORKFORCE […]

Aug
20
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Logan Aluminum’s digital transformation journey recognized with Manufacturing Leadership Award

Russellville, Kentucky – August 20, 2020 – Logan Aluminum announces that it has been recognized by the Manufacturing Leadership Council with a Manufacturing Leadership Award for its work with Hitachi Vantara and the co-creation of a data integration system that would enable fast and accurate data analytics and artificial intelligence in manufacturing. With this new […]

Jul
16
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Ken Perdue, Plant Manager on WRUS Radio, Feedback show, 7/13/20

July 13, 2020 (Russellville, KY) – How did our plant manager, Ken Perdue get started in his career? What does Logan Aluminum really make and what’s our role in the market? How has our plant responded to COVID-19? Ken spent some time and Tom Harned, executive director of the Logan Economic Alliance for Development (LEAD) on […]

Jun
30
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CAREERS FORWARD: Logan Aluminum & Fluor create paid pathway to manufacturing careers

On June 12, Max Jones from Auburn, Kentucky and Ethan Haley from Lewisburg, Kentucky – recent graduates from Logan County Career and Technical School (Logan CTC) -participated in a signing day event to accept scholarships from Logan Aluminum to earn the Advanced Manufacturing Technician (AMT) Associate’s degrees from Southcentral Kentucky Community and Technical College (SKYCTC). The […]

Jun
18
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Logan Employees recognized as “Heroes in Manufacturing”

June 17, 2020 – Heroes of Manufacturing is an independent movement originated by Hitachi Vantara and The Industrial Talk podcast  to celebrate the manufacturing workforce and their role in keeping our economy moving.  Van Mitchell, ESS Manager was invited to chat on the podcast about Logan, its employees and the way we’ve kept rolling during […]

May
22
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Congratulations Class of 2020!

These have been challenging times but it’s so important to celebrate the good things when we can! So many graduates in our area won’t be able to walk the traditional graduation ceremonies this year, so the Logan Aluminum family wanted to find a way to still honor these graduates for their hard work and achievement. Please […]

Apr
14
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Celebrating Women’s Achievement All March long!

Logan Aluminum celebrated women’s achievement all March long! We received stories and photos; and also did an internal podcast with current women leaders of our organization! It’s wonderful to have supportive team members from all across the company! *Photos taken prior to pandemic emergency.

Mar
24
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GOOD THINGS HAPPEN DURING CHALLENGING TIMES

These are challenging times and we may sometimes forget that there are good and beautiful things happening in our community that can put a smile on our faces. We can be thankful for all the organizations and people helping other people, especially our most vulnerable and we wanted to share some of that here. In […]

Mar
18
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Logan Aluminum enacting COVID-19 precautions

*All official statements from Logan Aluminum will be published on www.logan-aluminum.com. MEDIA STATEMENT MARCH 18, 2020   Contact: Mike Buckentin, President Office: (270) 755-6400 Email: Mike.Buckentin@Logan-Aluminum.com   LOGAN ALUMINUM ENACTING COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS The way companies are conducting business is changing as the circumstances surrounding COVID-19 rapidly evolve. Logan Aluminum has been keeping up with information […]

Mar
06
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Logan Aluminum collecting donations for Tornado victims

March 6, 2020 – Logan Aluminum wants to help our neighbors in Middle Tennessee devastated by the tornadoes on the evening of Monday, March 2, 2020. We are parking a red, Russellville Fire & Rescue truck at the end of the parking lot from March 6 through next Wednesday morning, March 11 to collect donations […]

Mar
03
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Logan employees participate in Read Across America, March 2020

March 2nd is National Read Across America Day and is recognized annually on the school day closest to author, Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Several Logan Aluminum employees volunteered at Stevenson Elementary, Russellville, KY and Logan County Head Start to encourage and excite children about reading and learning. “You have brains in your head. You have feet […]

Feb
18
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Logan Aluminum achieves safety milestone

(February 2020) – Logan Aluminum reaches 4 Million hours without a Loss Time Accident (LTA) or an Environmental Event! It is through each and every Logan employee’s commitment to working safely daily and deliberately that we could achieve this milestone!

Feb
18
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Logan Aluminum awarded 2019 “Live United” Award

Feb 2, 2020 (Bowling Green, KY) – Logan Aluminum was presented the United Way of Southern Kentucky’s “Live United” award for our overall support of the community. Mike Buckentin, President accepted the award on behalf of Logan Aluminum staff. We are proud of our contributions – volunteerism and dollars – that make an impact in: Kindergarten […]