Three local high school seniors – all participating in the Greater Ozarks Centers for Advanced Professional Studies (GOCAPS) – spent the spring semester studying artificial intelligence (AI) and applying that knowledge to a real-world technology innovation project at SRC Logistics, Inc. (SRCL).
Springfield Remanufacturing Corp ( SRC Heavy Duty), one of 10 subsidiaries of SRC Holdings Corporation, received two 2019 Safety Excellence Awards from the Missouri Association of Manufacturers at their annual conference yesterday.
Governor Mike Parson visited Ozarks Technical Community College yesterday to announce there will be 500 new openings for those in the state of Missouri looking to earn a Certified Production Technician Certificate.
Springfield Remanufacturing Corporation (also referred to as SRC Heavy Duty), a subsidiary of SRC Holdings Corporation, celebrated achieving over $100 million in sales in 2018. Since 2015, SRC Heavy Duty has experienced an average of 44% growth year over year, including a 67% growth in sales in 2017. The 12 companies under the SRC Holdings Corp. umbrella had combined sales of $600 million in 2018.
“The Industry is really starting to become educated on the value of this remanufacturing program, what the true process is, and the benefits to not just the environment, but the rental fleet owner’s bottom line by converting a used fleet with more rental revenue than new, less downtime, and a new warranty.”
SBJ announced their 2019 40 Under 40 class in this past December. On the list of 2019 honorees are James Wilson, General Manager at NewStream Enterprises, and Mike White, Director of Operations at SRC Logistics.
On December 4, 2018, SRC Electrical recognized its second graduating class of their recently launched Financial Literacy Training Program at their large staff meeting. 18 proud associates stood before their peers and coworkers to receive medals, certificates of achievement and $100 gift cards.
The PGA Web.com Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship (PCCC) gifted $920,352 to 49 Ozarks children’s charities on Tuesday, November 27. The tournament has raised and gifted $15,590,801 in its 29 years and is now focusing its attention and momentum to the 30 year milestone.