Worth Company announces Tim Worth as president
For the Gazette
PORTAGE COUNTY – The Worth Company, a family-owned and operated manufacturer specializing in fishing tackle components, is proud to announce the naming of Tim Worth as President of the corporation.
Established in 1942, Tim becomes the fourth generation of the family to head the company. As an American manufacturer. The Worth Company manufactures hundreds of millions of metal component parts annually for a variety of industries including the fishing tackle, automotive, and fastener industries.
Started by Joseph Worth, a Canadian immigrant with a passion for fly fishing, The Worth Company has evolved over the past 80 years to become the predominant components manufacturer to the fishing tackle industry and the go to supplier of precision split and key rings for the automotive and fastener industries, with over 3,100 customers located all around the world.
Tim, an avid outdoorsman and angler brings thirteen years of manufacturing and leadership experience to the position. Tim along with Vice President, Kris Crass, who has proven to be an integral part of The Worth Company family, have positioned the business for continued success, as they remain the world-wide leader in tackle component manufacturing.
“I’m extremely fortunate and proud to have the opportunity to lead our team and our company. Worth says. “Through our manufacturing, our mission is to produce pride, by working together for each other. For three generations we have done just that, and I look forward to continuing that tradition.”
“Our emphasis as a company is to help our customers build and grow their business while supporting our local community and environmental initiatives. We do that by providing precise high-quality components and world class customer service. We also accomplish this by prioritizing the health and strength of our community and environment. I look forward to working with our amazing team, partners, and community leaders to expand upon these undertakings for years to come.”