Roeslein & Associates recently attended, sponsored, and exhibited at this year’s Latamcan show, where Roeslein & Associates’ Director of Business Development, Ron Ragan, received the Lifetime Achievement Award. This award honors those who have made an extraordinary contribution to the can making industry.
For the canmaking industry, as well as, Roeslein & Associates it has been a year of growth and innovation. Roeslein’s Vice Chairman Dave May and Systems Engineering Director J.C. Harrison were able to speak on both subjects at the Canmaker Summit and Asia Cantech, two of the industry’s largest tradeshows.
Published in St. Louis Business Journal
Written by Dianne Barr
Roeslein & Associates, a global provider of engineering, modular fabrication and construction services, has acquired Debno, Poland-based MCS Technology as part of its ongoing regional expansion.
MCS is a fabrication and construction company founded in 2015, and Roeslein has been using its services for several years on projects in the container manufacturing, packaging distribution and petrochemical industries, officials said Friday. Roeslein serves both the container manufacturing industry and the process and energy sectors.
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.
Roeslein & Associates, Inc. is pleased to announce recent changes to its leadership group and the introduction of a new organizational structure. Roeslein’s goal in this reorganization is to provide clients, employees, and vendors with a seamless transition of leadership that places emphasis on business relationships built over the company’s 30-year history.
Rudi Roeslein will continue to serve as CEO and will take on the additional title of Chairman of the Board, with Dave May transitioning to Vice Chairman of the Board. The two will focus on the company’s overall strategy and future planning, emphasizing sustainable growth and adding value for Roeslein’s employee-owners, clients, and society.
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.
Since its establishment in 1992, a dynamic investment culture has turned Can-Pack into one of the fastest-growing canmakers in the world. The Polish company has continued to open up new plants on a regular basis, with the Netherlands its latest destination.
Production of beverage cans has started on a second line at Can-Pack SA’s newly-built plant in The Netherlands. That’s just five months after the first line started up at Helmond near Eindhoven and doubles capacity to two billion cans a year. The plant has been engineered by US-based Roeslein & Associates with the building being completed in October 2016.
Published in Cantech Magazine
Written by Simon Jennings
An initial market survey was carried out by Ashmore Group with support of Nomis Consultancy in 2014. It found that with Pakistan’s increasing population and economic activity, coupled with the new ‘on-the-go’ lifestyle trend, especially amongst the younger generation, there was an increasing demand for beverage cans. The market in neighbouring Afghanistan was also developing. However, demand in both countries was being constrained by the need to import all the cans from the Middle East. Read more
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.