CPS wins BFTP award, invests in new building, equipment and technology
Company profile in the Reading Eagle
Custom Processing Services, Inc. is proud to announce that the company has been honored for its innovative use of technology by the Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern PA. CPS provides advanced milling technology in the field of particle sizing and processing. According to BFTP, the company “strongly demonstrates a “break-the-mold” approach to integrating new or existing technology into its business.” The firm, a contract manufacturer based in Exeter Township, processes a variety of products, including powders, waxes, pigments, and minerals, as well as food and pharmaceutical ingredients.
Custom Processing Services has invested in its operations by constructing a new, high-tech warehouse at its East Greenville site which enhances material handling and storage capabilities; installing a new high-efficiency air compressor, upgrading its compounding and extruding station, and adding an abrasion resistant mill to its Reading facilities.
The company, founded in 1998 by Gregg Shemanski and Jeff Klinger, has grown steadily over the years and now employs 138 people in manufacturing, operations, engineering and administrative capacities. Fifty additional employment opportunities are projected to be available throughout the year, with emphasis on chemical mill operators, maintenance mechanics, and engineers. In addition to competitive wages, CPS offers comprehensive insurance, paid holidays and vacations, a 401k plan, opportunity for advancement and various team-building social events throughout the year. Candidates with an entrepreneurial spirit are invited to email resumes to firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information, see www.customprocessingservices.com.