CRS REPROCESSING SERVICES HONORED AGAIN WITH “FAST 50” AWARD
Global slurry reprocessor is among fastest-growing businesses
Louisville, KY (November 2, 2011) — For the third consecutive year, CRS Reprocessing Services, LLC (CRS) has been honored by Business First magazine as one of the 50 fastest-growing independent and privately held companies in the Greater Louisville area.
Founded more than 30 years ago, CRS provides proprietary processes for recycling coolants, lubricants, slurry and other fluids for industries such as flat metal rolling, solar, and semiconductor wafer manufacturing. CRS is now reprocessing more than 210,000 metric tons of slurry annually around the world. “This year alone, we opened new facilities in the Philippines and China, and expanded our reprocessing operations at a wafer manufacturing facility in South Korea,” said Scott T. Massie, CEO of the company. “We fully anticipate further expansion at new and existing operations throughout Asia, the U.S. and Europe.”
“The Fast 50 award gives us yet another opportunity to make the region’s business community aware of CRS as not only an industry leader with a significant global footprint, but also as a major player in ‘green’ technology,” Massie said. “We’re proud of our ‘three-peat’ and, above all, pleased that our global operations continue to achieve rapid and sustained growth.”
CRS creates turnkey solutions for the design, construction, operation and maintenance of its customers’ reprocessing infrastructures, thereby ensuring optimal quality and consistency. With on-site reprocessing, CRS’s customers are able to eliminate risky and expensive transportation of industrial fluids, while preserving resources and improving regulatory compliance.
About CRS Reprocessing Services
CRS is a global provider in fluid reprocessing management, offering people, technology and services to efficiently handle industrial fluids for manufacturing facilities. With more than 30 years of expertise and operations in the U.S., Europe and Asia, the company provides custom-built, on-site reprocessing facilities that economically transform used fluids back to customer-specified performance levels, allowing high-yield waste recovery and lower unit costs.
The company’s private-equity partners have a combined portfolio value in excess of $1 billion, giving it the capital resources to expand operations and deliver engineered reprocessing solutions worldwide.