was acquired by Richard E. Penniman in 1967. At that time the company
manufactured filters, checkwriters and
miscellaneous houseware products. Richard Penniman was trained as an
accountant (Lehigh University) and as an attorney (University of
Pennsylvania). Richard had worked in the construction industry, and as
a controller for a large printer. One of his dreams was to start a
family business which he could pass on to his sons.
Richard passed the business on to his oldest son Craig and his younger
brother Scott. Craig retired in 1994 after a long battle with Muscular
Dystrophy. Scott continued on as President of REP Industries.
is a manufacturing corporation formed in 1967. The corporation exists
to serve three groups of people: Customers, Employees and Shareholders.
provides its customers with high quality products and excellent
service. The employees and shareholders recognize that customer
satisfaction is the key to the ongoing success of the company.
is committed to providing a fair opportunity for its employees to earn
a living and to grow within the company. The corporation is also
committed to providing a safe and comfortable working environment.
Beyond compliance with existing laws, REP is committed to creating
caring communities within the work place where employee concerns can be
heard and adequately addressed.
family corporation. Its shareholders expect and deserve a fair return
on their investment including preservation of capital and overall