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Case Study

Timken Leads by Example

Globally headquartered in Canton, Ohio, and with operations in 27 countries, the Timken Company is a leading global manufacturer of highly engineered bearings, alloy steels, and related components and assemblies. The company has a long history of partnership with Case Western Reserve University, including generous leadership support for the founding of The Institute for Management and Engineering; endowment of the Timken Fellowship program; and creation of the Joseph F. Toot Jr. Engineering Professorship, in honor of the company's former chief executive officer.

"Ethics and integrity, quality, innovation and independence lie at the heart of our success," says Ward J. "Tim" Timken Jr., chair of the Timken Company. "By partnering with Case Western Reserve, we know that we are supporting an organization that shares our ideals."

In addition to the company's financial support of the university and the community, Tim Timken has generously devoted his time and expertise to Case Western Reserve, connecting with students and sharing his insights with the entire campus community in a free public lecture on business ethics and leadership.

The Timken Company's values are shared throughout the organization and motivate more than 25,000 associates worldwide to support their communities through volunteer programs and charitable fundraising. Additionally, the company is actively involved in caring for the environment and is committed to reducing environmental risks, properly handling hazardous waste and managing resources for the future.

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To find out how you can make a difference by partnering with Case Western Reserve, please contact the Office of Corporate Relations at 216.368.6665 or corporaterelations@case.edu.

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