CRC Industries

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CRC Industries is a manufacturer and distributor of industrial chemicals for maintenance and repair of marine, electrical, industrial, automotive and aviation equipment.[1][2]

CRC is headquartered in Warminster, Pennsylvania, and markets products through subsidiaries in the United States, Australia, Germany,[3] Belgium, United Kingdom and New Zealand.[1][2]

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.[4] 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.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b CRC Industries on Berwind Corporation website, retrieved 2011-04-04
  2. ^ a b "Company Overview of CRC Industries, Inc". Bloomberg. Retrieved 29 January 2016. 
  3. ^ Germany Office
  4. ^ CRC Story on CRC Industries website, retrieved 2011-04-04