St. Louis Business Journal Top 50 - 121t. Roeslein & Associates Inc.
St. Louis Business Journal
2012 revenue: $110 million +10%
Domestic energy exploration and production accounted for much of the 10 percent bump in Roeslein & Associates’ revenue last year as the Crestwood-based designer and supplier of process manufacturing systems opened a new manufacturing center to meet demand, according to President Dave May.
The company saw its customer mix shift from one that was 90 percent concentrated in the beverage can production to one more heavily populated by oil and gas producers, May said.
“Almost all of that is in North America,” May said of the shift. “We’ve been seeing that growth in the last one to two years, and the talk is very positive right now.”
The company, which designs and builds factories and ships them piece by piece to customers, last year began operations in an expanded production plant in Red Bud, Ill. where Integrated Manufacturing Technologies, a Roeslein subsidiary, grew from 250,000 square feet to 300,000 square feet, according to May.
A good year lies ahead, May said.
“We are very optimistic and see a growth of at least 10 to 15 percent in total revenues,” driven by continued growth in beverage can manufacturing and in the energy group, May said.
Chairman and CEO Rudi Roeslein is the majority owner of the company.
Add any jobs last year? About 50 in the professional and manufacturing ranks.
Adding any this year? The company will add an unspecified number of jobs in both professional and manufacturing.
President’s first job? Fast food restaurant. Local employees: 250 Total employees: 325
Leadership: Rudi Roeslein, chairman and CEO; Dave May, president
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