On October 1, Roeslein & Associates, Inc. celebrated the three-year acquisition anniversary of MCS Technology in Debno, Poland. Since the acquisition, the Poland office has expanded from 18 full-time employees to more than 100 and increased its footprint to more than 10,000-square-meters.
Roeslein’s Environmental Stewardship Committee hosted its first Native Plant Sale organized by the Missouri Prairie Foundation. The sale was held in the parking lot at 9200 Watson Road in St. Louis, Missouri on September 30th from 3:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Roeslein’s Environmental Stewardship Committee hosted its first Aluminum Recycling “Canpaign” across all domestic locations from June 21 – September 22. The event was hosted to support Canned Water for Kids.
Roeslein & Associates is proud to announce its Chairman & CEO, Rudi Roeslein, received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Latamcan conference this fall. This award honors those who have made an extraordinary contribution to the canmaking industry as selected by their peers.
From the September issue of The Canmaker Magazine – Being able to predict when equipment on canmaking lines is likely to fail with better precision is expected to help a new beverage can plant be more competitive. Rick Pendrous reports
Roeslein’s Wellness Program and Community Service Committee teamed up with ImpactLife to hold a blood drive for employees working in the Roeslein’s St. Louis office. The blood drive was held from 7:30 am – 11:00 am on Monday, September 13, 2021.
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. is proud to have been named 20th on the list of Largest Manufacturing Companies in St. Louis by the Saint Louis Business Journal. This list is ranked by 2020 revenue and the list includes manufacturing firms that are locally based, regardless of whether they have manufacturing facilities in the region.
Roeslein’s Wellness Program hosted its annual Pedometer Challenge from July 19 – August 29 across all 9 of its global locations.
Roeslein’s Continuous Improvement (CI) program was formed in 2017 to help the company become a highly effective and efficient organization through a culture of continuous improvement and professional development. Employees can submit ideas through an employee portal and are recognized for the implementation of their ideas through a points system and company-wide recognition awards. This program is derived from a Lean Project Management system uniltizing Kanban-style idea boards, both digital and analog.