Around 90 percent of businesses in US are family owned or controlled, making them the lifeblood of American economy. In South Jersey, these companies range from printers and engineering firms to office furniture shops and even deli meat empires. Read on to find out what makes these companies so special, and how their services can meet your business’s needs.At 15, Brian Radwell began working with his father, Jerry at Speck Industrial Controls (pictured), where Jerry held a minority business interest in the struggling industrial control distributor. When Brian was 18, the majority owner decided to close and so Brian joined his father upon graduation from high school in taking control and ownership of Speck. Brian’s mother, Darlene was also a part of the company at the time. Together they worked hard to build it back up to a break even point while adding products and an industrial electronics repair service to bolster capabilities.In 2005, Speck Industrial Controls became Radwell International, Inc. and moved into a new 70,000 square foot facility with a 15,000 square foot state-of-the-art repair center in Lumberton, New Jersey. Radwell's new facility also contains 35,000 square feet of inventory space including the massive two-story "Area 51" stock system. In 2008, Radwell's net sales reached $37 million. In May of 2009, Radwell added more warehouse space making the Lumberton headquarters 110,000 square feet.
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"Radwell International, Inc. sells and repairs industrial electrical and electronic control devices. We sell and repair timers, counters, photoelectric sensors, circuit breakers, pushbuttons, PLC's, motors, speed control and any other devices used to make machinery run." SpecificallyRadwell services automakers, chemical plants, food processing facilities, municipalities, government agencies, bakeries, power plants, amusement parks, exporters, plastic molding and extruders, steel plants and a long list of other business sectors.
Radwell's division, PLCCenter.com is the largest provider of new and used surplus, industrial electrical and electronic control equipmentin the world. "We buy back new and used controls from plant closings, auctions and inventory overstock. We certify the parts, and then we ship them in custom PLCCenter packaging and sell them for half of their original price. We sell 30% of our products outside the US," http://www.ebay.com/itm/PLCCENTER-VERIFIED-SUBSTITUTE-6ES7901-0BF00-0AA0-5M-SUB-FNFP-6ES79010BF000AA0-/230737742170
Today, Radwell employs over 500 people and has customers all over the world. Radwell's customer base continues to expand. Radwell is determined to create the best industrial repair, distribution and surplus automation company in the world.Radwell International target to reach its lofty goal of $100 million in annual sales by the year 2014, but it never forgets its humble roots. Radwell International is proud of its commitment to customers, employees and to the community.
LUMBERTON, NJ, 6/22/12 – Radwell International, Inc. today announced that President and CEO Brian Radwell was named the 2012 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur Of The Year in the Greater Philadelphia region. The award recognizes outstanding entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. The award was presented at a special gala on June 21 at the Terrace Ballroom of the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia.
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