Radwell International, Inc. Today
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.
In 2011, Radwell International reached a major milestone. The company has expanded into the European markets by establishing a repair and distribution center in the United Kingdom. The intent was to bring the Radwell-PLCCenter.com brand to the overseas marketplace.
Radwell also continues to add sales and service personnel in the US. This growth expands Radwell’s national and global presence as one of the largest industrial repair and distribution facilities in the world.
In 2012, Radwell International achieved yet another major milestone. The company expanded into the Canadian market by acquiring Enterprise Automation, a Canadian repair operation, in July 2012. Enterprise was transformed into Radwell International Canada and has been servicing the Canadian market ever since. As of January 1 2013, Radwell International Canada is operating out of a brand new repair and distribution facility located in the Greater Toronto Area. This facility was designed with customer service in mind. Radwell International Canada will perform repairs in house and provide our customers with access to the vast inventory network our US and UK customers enjoy. Radwell International is expanding at an incredible rate and our Canadian facility and team is just the latest step in the long and prosperous journey ahead.
In addition to its commitment to continue to grow its business here and abroad, Radwell sees itself as an important part of the local and global community through its ongoing efforts to "give back." As Brian Radwell explains, "I feel it is the responsibility of every successful business to support the community and to help others." Radwell upholds that responsibility every single day. In the past few years alone Radwell has donated over $250,000 to numerous local and national causes and community efforts. If Radwell can help in any way, it usually does -- from requests to support employee-initiated efforts such as various charitable bike-a-thons, walk-a-thons, and sports team sponsorships, to the many research and educational foundations, to providing financial assistance to the various disaster relief efforts. Recently the company matched employee initiated donations for Haitian disaster relief more than five-fold which resulted in a total company donation of $50,000 to the American Red Cross.
Radwell maintains an intense commitment to its people as well and understands the role that the collective efforts and talents that its staff plays in its success. In the recent economic downturn that has plagued the world, Radwell is proud of the fact that not only did it not lay any staff members off due to the slowdown, but it continued to hire and expand.
Today, Radwell employs over 900 people and has customers all over the world. As 2016 unfolds, Radwell's customer base continues to expand. We have acquired and added locations in Indiana, North Carolina, Georgia, Missouri and Texas. Radwell has also opened a new Germany location in May of 2016. We are determined to create the best industrial repair, distribution and surplus automation company in the world. We have added to our global inside and outside sales force and to our Engineers and Technicians. Our continued growth is to serve our customers’ expanding needs. Radwell strives to offer the highest in reliability and truly care about our customers, as we work to provide the best service possible. Remember think savings first, and never sacrifice quality or customer service!