|Traded as||NYSE: HSC|
|Industry||Rail, Metals, Minerals, Industrial and Infrastructure|
|Founded||1853 - Public, as Harsco Corporation (1956)|
|Headquarters||Camp Hill, Pennsylvania|
|Key people||David Everitt, Interim President & CEO|
|Products||Industrial Services and Engineered Products|
|Revenue||$2.8 billion USD (2013)|
Harsco Corporation is a diversified, worldwide industrial company based in the United States. Harsco operates in 35 countries and employs approximately 12,300 people worldwide. The company provides industrial services and engineered products that serve some of the world’s largest and most essential industries, including steel, railways, and energy. The 2013 revenues totaled $2.8 billion, 60% of which were generated internationally. Harsco is headquartered in Camp Hill, a suburb of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
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Harsco was founded in 1853 as The Harrisburg Car Manufacturing Company and became the Harrisburg Steel Corporation in 1935. Following a series of acquisitions, the company became Harsco Corporation in 1956.
Products and Services
Harsco operates three primary businesses.
Harsco Metals & Minerals: Onsite services to metal-producing operations and a leading provider of innovative recycling solutions for industrial byproducts.
Harsco Rail: Railway track maintenance and new track construction services, equipment and support.
Harsco Industrial: Industrial products for the energy and energy-related markets. Harsco Air-X-Changers offers air-cooled heat exchangers for natural gas compression and pipeline distribution. Harsco IKG offers steel grating for industrial and commercial flooring and safety walkways. Harsco Patterson-Kelley offers energy-efficient boilers and hot water systems for large commercial and institutional buildings.
David C. Everitt, Interim president and CEO; F. Nicholas Grasberger, senior vice president and CFO; Richard E. Lundgren Jr., Group President of Harsco Metals & Minerals; Scott W. Jacoby, vice president and group president of Harsco Rail; Scott H. Gerson, vice president and group president of Harsco Industrial