Synovos News

New Book: ‘Outsourcing MRO: Finding a Better Way’

Press Release

Published June 13, 2016

Krauter Finds Industry Fraught with Duplication, Lack of Planning RADNOR, Pa. – June 10, 2016 – Despite what some believe, managing an MRO storeroom is not an easy task, says George Krauter, vice president at Synovos, and author of a new book “Outsourcing MRO: Finding a Better Way.” Krauter, recognized as the originator of the […]

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Procurement: Meet Synovos

Media Coverage

Published June 2, 2016

My Purchasing Center talks to Mike Weinberg, Chief Sales and Marketing Officer at Synovos, who describes the company’s evolution, service offerings, future plans and reasons for the change. Synovos means “the new integration.” As Weinberg sees it, “No other integrated supply company offers this degree of services to affect customers and drive a strategic relationship.”

Listen to Mike Weinberg’s podcast under Latest Podcast Episodes at My Purchasing Center

Storeroom Solutions, Inc. Rebrands to Become Synovos

Press Release

Published May 16, 2016

Global integrated supplier updates brand to meet changing client demands, including supply chain, asset services and technology RADNOR, Pa. – May 16, 2016 – Integrated supplier Storeroom Solutions, Inc. announced today it has rebranded the company as Synovos, effective immediately. Citing an evolving industry landscape and a history of significant growth, the rebrand enables the […]

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Storeroom Solutions Names Robert Larney New Chief Financial Officer

Press Release

Published March 29, 2016

RADNOR, Pa. – Mar. 29, 2016 – Storeroom Solutions, Inc., provider of supply chain management services, today announced the hiring of Robert Larney as Chief Financial Officer (CFO). “Bob has extensive financial and operational experience with global companies in the manufacturing and service sectors,” said Carlos Tellez, President and CEO of Storeroom Solutions. “He has […]

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Companies Shy Away From Spending

Media Coverage

Published November 30, 2015

Business investment across the U.S. is fizzling out.

Companies appear reluctant to step up spending on the basic building blocks of the economy, such as machines, computers and new buildings. The broadest measure of U.S. business investment advanced 2.2% from a year earlier in the third quarter, the Commerce Department said last week, marking one of the worse performances of the six-year-old economic expansion.

Read the full article at The Wall Street Journal

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