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ASRC Industrial Services Obtains U.S. Coatings in Mobile, Alabama

09/21/2017
ASRC Industrial Services, a provider of industrial and environmental services throughout the Continental United States, acquired US Coatings, Inc., a marine specialty coatings company in Mobile, Alabama. According to company officials, USC will become a component of AIS’s Construction, Maintenance and Repair operating group.

Founded in 2005, the company specializes in providing interior tank coating, cleaning and surface preparation services for assorted marine vessel tanks including: cargo, ballast and freshwater. Additionally, USC is an applicator of advanced coatings and protective systems for marine hulls, decks and superstructures.

“Today is an important and exciting milestone for the employees and customers of USC,” said Cecil Williams, USC’s president. “I believe becoming a part of the AIS platform will provide increased development opportunities for our employees while also allowing us to increase our service offerings to current and future customers.”

USC operates across the Gulf Coast, in the Midwest and the Mid-Atlantic serving multiple end-markets within the marine industry including: transportation, logistics, tourism, leisure, commercial fishing and the federal government.

“I am pleased to welcome the talented workforce of USC to the AIS family of companies,” said Greg Johnson, President & CEO of AIS. “The acquisition of USC is a critical step in achieving the long-term vision for AIS and immediately augments the current capabilities and geographic footprint of the CMR operating group.”

Headquartered in Concord, California, ASRC Industrial Services is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Arctic Slope Regional Corporation. AIS is organized within three capabilities-based operating groups: Construction, Maintenance and Repair; Remediation and Response Services; and Environmental Engineering and Professional Services.

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