Pride Conveyance Systems
Shannon Pride, Pat Jordan, Ruben Padilla and Rudi Roeslein worked together at Wiebe in the late 1980s – A relationship was formed between the four. Leaving the company to pursue individual businesses Pride, Jordan, and Padilla came together to form Pride Conveyance Systems in 1990; they honed their expertise in conveyance systems. Rudi Roeslein focused on the structural unitization and integration of complex beverage container plant process systems.
Over the course of nearly 30 years, Pride Conveyance Systems has built a wide customer base that trusts and depends on the PCS team. From its trained installation crews to its quality assurance program, Pride Conveyance Systems has become the world leader in conveyance systems for the beer, beverage can, and food two-piece can manufacturing industries.
Roeslein & Associates acquired Pride Conveyance Systems on January 1, 2018. This has been a natural progression for the two companies that have held a long-standing relationship for over 30 years.
Rudi Roeslein spoke on the acquisition and said, “What we have are two companies that ultimately seek a common goal of total client satisfaction. Roeslein has built a business around the principle that no project is complete until the client is completely happy, and that philosophy rings true with Pride as well. It makes sense for our two companies to become one to better serve the industry as a whole.”
Following the transaction, Pride Conveyance Systems will be rebranded as Pride Conveyance Systems: A Roeslein Company and will maintain manufacturing operations at its Hollister, California facility. The Pride employees will join Roeslein’s ESOP program and current Pride owners Shannon Pride, Pat Jordan, Ruben Padilla, and Joel Thomas, Director of Manufacturing, will join Roeslein’s Partnership Group.