History

Founded in 1988, NCG has developed into a global player in reconditioning.

  • 1988: NCG is founded in Chicago, IL
  • 1994: Elliot Pearlman and group of investors acquire NCG
  • 1996: Cleveland, OH facility acquired
  • 1998: NCG offers IBC services
  • 2000: Houston, TX facility opened
  • 2001: Charlotte, NC facility acquired
  • 2002: Return Logistics acquired
  • 2003: Adelanto, CA and Quakertown, PA facilities acquired
  • 2004: CRC acquired from ICS and Simpsonville, SC acquired from Russell Stanley
  • 2004: Mauser Werke acquires NCG
  • 2006: NCG opens office in Bruehl, Germany
  • 2006: RTQ-NCG joint venture in Boucherville, Ontario, Canada
  • 2007: Founded NCG BeNeLux, Oosterhout, Netherlands by Joint Venture with Janus Vaten B.V.
  • 2007: Founded NCG Metplast, Istanbul, Turkey by Acquisition
  • 2008: Founded NCG Ltd., Batley, Great Britain by Joint Venture with TDG Plc.
  • 2008: Joint Venture with Buchtenkirchen, Bremerhaven, Germany
  • 2010: 100% Aquisition of NCG Buchtenkirchen, Bremerhaven, Germany
  • 2010: Founded NCG Iberia, Tarragona, Spain
  • 2010: Founded NCG Iberia, Sevilla, Spain
  • 2010: Acquisition of ACN locations in Pittsburgh, PA; Providence, RI and Richmond, VA
  • 2011: Founded NCG Maider, Villastellone, Italy by Joint Venture with Maider S.A.
  • 2011: Acquisition of Burbank Barrel in Galena Park, TX and RTQ, Boucherville, Quebec and RTQ-NCG Mississauga, Ontario acquired
  • 2012: Acquisition of Varicon in Greenville, SC
  • 2012: Founded NCG / WEISS IBC-Servicecenter, Bickenbach, Germany
  • 2012: Founded NCG South Africa by Joint Venture with Container Solution, Durban and Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 2016: MAUSER/NCG acquired ERC, LLC in the United States
  • 2016: MAUSER/NCG and Manchester Drums Limited combine forces in “NCG – MDL UK Ltd.”