Ferguson Group, Hoover Container Solutions and CHEP Catalyst & Chemical Containers merged to form Hoover Ferguson Group.
CCC Expands to the Middle East, with our office in Dubai now open.
Our office in Nanjing is now open.
Our services are introduced to South America, with successful execution of both spent and presulfided catalyst projects in Venezuela.
PORTFOLIO, our web-based customer interface is successfully designed and implemented.
CCC incorporates BINCARS, a unique transportation service model using modified rail cars to move catalyst more efficiently and cost effectively.
CCC acquired by Brambles, Inc. and brought under the CHEP umbrella.
WATS 1.0, the first worldwide asset tracking system of its kind in the industry, is introduced.
CCC expands to the Far East, with the addition of our Singapore branch.
The first international shipment of spent catalyst, transporting material from the USA to Taiwan for metals reclamation, is successfully completed
The 1m3 Catalyst-Bin (37ft3) is introduced to accommodate lower than standard dump nozzles or small volumes of catalyst.
CCC opens European branch in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, with the simplest of all tools, referrals from our customers to their counterparts in the region.
The Liquid-Bin was put into service.
We became the first to obtain UN compliance of Catalyst-Bins, allowing our containers to cross international borders.
CCC begins expansion to other regions and territories with the opening of our Canadian branch in St. Catharines, Ontario. CCC creates a service center model by locating stocks of Catalyst-Bins in close proximity to customers and processors.
The use of electronic bar codes is pioneered to manage inventory quickly, efficiently, and accurately.
CCC introduces the first true equipment-pooling model serving a specific industry; Petroleum Refining & Catalysis.