CRC Industries is a manufacturer and distributor of industrial chemicals for maintenance and repair of marine, electrical, industrial, automotive and aviation equipment.
CRC is headquartered in Warminster, Pennsylvania, and markets products through subsidiaries in the United States, Australia, Germany, Belgium, United Kingdom and New Zealand.
The company was founded in 1958 by Charles J. Webb II and Norman Larsen as Corrosion Reaction Consultants, Inc to produce an anti-corrosion and lubricant spray, 5–56. The company has been owned by Berwind Corporation since 1981.
Their facilities in Warminster include a private railroad spur, served by the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. Traffic on the spur constitutes a sizable portion of the railroad's freight traffic; CRC Industries is their largest freight customer.