THE CROWLEY COMPANY Celebrates 30 Years of Serving Archival & Records Mgmt29 Sep, 2010
THE CROWLEY COMPANY Celebrates 30 Years of Serving Archival & Records Mgmt
Frederick, MD; Saline, MI; San Dimas, CA – As 2010 winds down, the owners of The Crowley Company are pausing to take a quick breath and celebrate the fact that they’re still in business.
”One day you’re 20 and working for your Dad and the next minute you look up and 30 years have gone by,” laughs company president Christopher Crowley. Adds brother and company vice president Pat Crowley, “To the best of my knowledge, we’re one of the few original micrographics companies that have successfully stood the tests of changing technologies, industry consolidation and a rollercoaster economy.”
The firm has experienced positive growth in each of its 30 years and when the brothers contemplate the firm’s leadership role in the analog and digital imaging world, they are proud of how Crowley has weathered the years.
Today, The Crowley Company is headquartered in Frederick, Maryland with a manufacturing facility in San Dimas, California and a second imaging facility in Saline, Michigan. With approximately 150 employees, the firm is generally considered a world leader in archival preservation and imaging systems and serves every vertical market that produces or protects any type of media or records. The firm’s bureau has scanned hundreds of millions of images from government institutions/agencies, universities, publishers, corporations, private collections and others. Notable clients have included The Smithsonian Institution, Getty Images, Time Inc., ProQuest and Harvard University.
About The Crowley Company
Celebrating its 30th year since incorporation, The Crowley Company is a world-leader in digital and analog film technologies. Headquartered in Frederick, Maryland with manufacturing divisions in San Dimas, California and a second conversion bureau in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Crowley Company provides an extensive number of digital document and film conversion services to the academic, publishing, commercial, government and archive sectors and also manufactures, distributes and services high-speed microfilm, microfiche, aperture card, book and document scanners, microfilm duplicators, film processors and micrographics equipment.