US Container Manufacturer Listed Among Fastest Growing

Press Release
Friday, September 07, 2012

Hoover Container Solutions, provider of liquid & bulk container systems, listed as one of Houston's top 100 fastest growing companies.

Houston Business Journal's "Fast 100 List" ranks the fastest-growing private companies in the Houston area by percentage of growth in revenue from 2010-2011.

Hoover has experienced 30% or greater annual revenue growth for three years in a row which is a direct result of its efforts to provide greater value to its customers. This was accomplished by expanding its product line to include larger format containers , opening new facilities closer to customers in Louisiana, Western Australia and Brazil, adding new services in tank cleaning and inventory management and technologies solutions for remote level monitoring and GPS asset tracking , to better serve its customers.

Chairman and CEO Donald Young commented regarding the company's inclusion on the list, "We're honored to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the Houston area. It’s exciting to see Hoover grow at a phenomenal rate but more importantly, I’m very proud of the Hoover team. It was their hard work that allowed Hoover to ear this recognition."


 

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