Roeslein’s Wellness Program hosted its annual Pedometer Challenge from July 19 – August 29 across all 9 of its global locations.
This June, Roeslein & Associates, Inc. celebrated Roeslein Global Safety Month with a series of activities designed to align with the National Safety Council’s Safety Month calendar. Each of Roeslein’s 10 global facilities participated in this year’s event.
With the increase of international shipping costs and high demand for beverage cans, the ability to provide professional services on a regional level has become more critical than ever. The global demand for beverage containers is increasing at an exponential rate, with varying impacts on worldwide markets. Current events in the industry are causing suppliers from around the world to adapt and rethink their strategy.
A major player in the D&I canmaking industry, Pride Conveyance Systems: A Roeslein Company has led innovation in the can making business for nearly 30 years. With the 2018 acquisition of Pride by Roeslein & Associates, Inc., the conveyance company’s global footprint has been expanded to include conveyance capabilities at four world-class fabrication facilities:
Pride Conveyance Systems: A Roeslein Company has been a leader in the can making business for 30 years. With their manufacturing capabilities in Hollister, CA, Red Bud, IL, Shanghai, China, Debno, Poland, and Sao Paulo, Brazil, they are now able to expand their product line offerings from each location while shortening the lead and shipping times with the same level of quality Pride is known for. This is executed through their dedicated customer service and installation team with experienced technicians at each location.
Roeslein Asia formed a partnership with WuHan Kaidi and Nestec Technology by utilizing their RTO (Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer) design to meet the requirements of a customer through fabrication, design detailing, installation, and startup support. The RTO allows them to burn VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) so exhaust meets EPA requirements.
With 17% of its workforce made up of professional welders, Roeslein & Associates acknowledges the high level of skill, education, and training that modern-day welders need to keep up with industry advancements in materials, processes, and equipment.Read more
Roeslein & Associates relocated its Shanghai, China operations to a new facility in the district of SongJiang, Shanghai.
Roeslein opened the Shanghai operations in 2011 with the purpose of supporting several can manufacturing facilities throughout Asia. Now, eight years later, Roeslein’s Shanghai operation is ISO 9001-2015 certified and has engineering, procurement, fabrication, and construction (EPFC) capacity to take on the full scope of projects including can line integration and fabricating unitized systems, conveyance, line control, coolant filtration systems, ultraviolet bottom coaters, and customized process modules for various industries.
Dr. Gangwei Wu is director of the China Business Unit of project integrator Roeslein & Associates in Shanghai, where he manages projects, client and supplier relationships and agreements with a focus on the China and Asia business in canmaking and the unitized modular fabrication of production lines. Before joining Roeslein & Associates, which is based in St Louis, Missouri, he worked at the Merrimack brewery of Anheuser-Busch in the packaging operations and then as a lead project engineer for brewer Anheuser-Busch, managing a number of greenfield packaging lines in China. The Canmaker magazine recently featured Dr. Gangwei Wu in their Day in the Life series.
Roeslein opened the Shanghai location in 2011 with the purpose of supporting several canmaking facilities in the surrounding areas. Now, seven years later, Roeslein has the capacity to take on the full scope of canmaking projects and has grown its workforce by adding local engineers, marketing, and project management positions.
Shanghai’s level of expertise and experience has paralleled this growth making it home to several new major projects including the design-build of Greenfield can plants in Qingdao, China and H.C.M.C., Vietnam.