Roeslein & Associates recently attended, sponsored, and exhibited at this year’s Latamcan show, where Roeslein & Associates’ Director of Business Development, Ron Ragan, received the Lifetime Achievement Award. This award honors those who have made an extraordinary contribution to the can making industry.
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. has been named one of the Best Places to Work (BPTW) in St. Louis by the Saint Louis Business Journal. This is the second time the company has achieved this award.
For the canmaking industry, as well as, Roeslein & Associates it has been a year of growth and innovation. Roeslein’s Vice Chairman Dave May and Systems Engineering Director J.C. Harrison were able to speak on both subjects at the Canmaker Summit and Asia Cantech, two of the industry’s largest tradeshows.
Roeslein & Associates announces the acquisition of MCS Technology.
On October 1st, 2018, Roeslein & Associates completed the acquisition of MCS Technology, a fabrication and construction firm, located in Dębno, Poland. MCS was founded in 2015 by Jerzy Sroka and Tomasz Czechowski and works with some of the industry’s largest clients. Roeslein has been utilizing the services of MCS for several years on a variety of projects in the container manufacturing, packaging distribution, and petrochemical industries.
Published in St. Louis Business Journal
Written by Dianne Barr
Roeslein & Associates, a global provider of engineering, modular fabrication and construction services, has acquired Debno, Poland-based MCS Technology as part of its ongoing regional expansion.
MCS is a fabrication and construction company founded in 2015, and Roeslein has been using its services for several years on projects in the container manufacturing, packaging distribution and petrochemical industries, officials said Friday. Roeslein serves both the container manufacturing industry and the process and energy sectors.
Published in St. Louis Post Dispatch
Written by Bryce Gray
The biggest corporate owner of Missouri pig farms is launching a nationwide expansion of its plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions and capture renewable natural gas from its hog manure — efforts that, in Missouri, will continue to be led by a St. Louis company partnered with them.
Published by Smithfield Foods, Inc.
Written By Lisa Martin
Global Food Company Expands “Manure-To-Energy” and Other Renewables Projects in North Carolina, Missouri, and Utah
Smithfield Foods, Inc. is pleased to announce, through the nationwide expansion of Smithfield Renewables, innovative projects designed to help meet its goal to reduce the company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions 25 percent by 2025, which it set in concert with the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). This month marks the one-year anniversary of Smithfield Renewables.
In conjunction with celebrating its employee-owners for National ESOP month, Roeslein honored Missouri’s fallen heroes by sponsoring and participating in the Missouri Military Memorial Foundation’s 8th Annual Walk/Run for the Heroes held at Jefferson Barracks Park. Roeslein was a Five Star sponsor of the event and hosted 60 participants in the race. This event was open to the public and had nearly 1000 participants.
Roeslein & Associates is celebrating National ESOP Month as it nears the end of its fifth year as an employee-owned company. ESOP Month is an opportunity for ESOP companies across the United States to educate its employee-owners and the public about the many benefits of employee-ownership.
In January 2014, Roeslein transitioned into an ESOP company and has grown to include 400 plus employee-owners. Through organic growth and its integration of Pride Conveyance’s employees, Roeslein has added 165 employee-owners this past year.
Rudi Roeslein, founder of Roeslein & Associates and Roeslein Alternative Energy, received the 2018 Saint Louis University Alumni Merit Award. Saint Louis University honors distinguished graduates in recognition of their outstanding achievements, dedication to a chosen profession, and commitment to the mission of the University. The National Alumni Board, Development Division, and SLU leadership from twelve SLU schools and colleges select the winners.
Rudi gave credit to Saint Louis University for giving him the foundations and understanding of the principles, physics, and equations that enabled him to succeed in his career. Rudi went on to say, “SLU instilled a work ethic in me that pushed me to work hard for everything I wanted to achieve. In turn, that is how my life has gone – I have worked very hard to make each of my businesses successful and to achieve each of my accomplishments.”