ResinTech Corporate operations unaffected by Aries facility fire

May 27, 2014

WEST BERLIN, N.J. — ResinTech’s corporate offices were not affected by the fire and will continue operating normally.

WEST BERLIN, N.J. — The manufacturing facility of the Aires FilterWorks division of ResinTech sustained damage from a fire on May 8. We want to assure our friends, neighbors, and customers there were no injuries to employees at the facility and no danger to the surrounding public. ResinTech’s corporate offices were not affected by the fire and will continue operating normally. 

ResinTech and Aries FilterWorks operate redundant facilities in both New Jersey and California allowing the company to remain operational during this crisis. We strongly believe the impact to our Aries customers will be minimal. Management, technical sales, and customer service will be available to discuss the status of any orders that may be affected by the New Jersey fire.

Again, production and order delivery of ResinTech products will be completely unaffected by these events. We also wish to thank those who have already reached out to management offering assistance during this difficult time.

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