Cryofab, a New Jersey Business, Honored by Rothman Institute

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Cryofab, a New Jersey Business, Honored by Rothman Institute, Nominated for Family Business of the Year for significant contributions to the economy and the community

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Cryofab, a manufacturer of cryogenic equipment, was nominated for New Jersey Family Business of the Year for 2015. The Rothman Institute recognized Cryofab’s multigenerational impact on the community, its perseverance, its commitment to family and to business success. Three generations of the Grillo family have built Cryofab into a thriving manufacturer with more than 10 million dollars of annual revenue. Cryofab was named a major player in the global cryogenics equipment market by

Founding and Growing a New Jersey Family Business
In 1971, following the bankruptcy of his long-time employer, George Grillo founded Cryofab with Augustine DiGennaro and Peter Lepore. George’s son Vincent joined the company in 1972 and his brother Greg became the company’s first engineer a few years later. George’s grandson, Vincent Jr., recently joined the firm as a sales engineer to continue the legacy.
Cryofab continues to grow its business in New Jersey: A cryogenic hose product line was added in 2014 and in 2015 Cryofab acquired California-based Cryocomp, a cryogenic accessories manufacturer. Cryocomp’s manufacturing operations were relocated to Kenilworth.

Commitment to the Local Economy and Community
Cryofab has had a multigenerational impact on the community as an employer and good corporate citizen. A local job creator, Cryofab employs over 60 people in its home town of Kenilworth. As long-time New Jersey business owners and residents, the Grillo family is aware of the impact manufacturing has on their environment, leading to improvements that focus on energy conservation and recycling waste materials. Researching alternatives to environmentally harmful materials and solvents has been at the forefront of their processes for many years. Their good citizenship extends outside the factory walls. Vincent Grillo gives demonstrations of cryogenic applications at area schools to promote interest in science and educate youth on future possibilities. Cryofab delivered industrial cylinders of liquid oxygen to rescue workers at the World Trade Towers shortly after 9/11.

About Cryofab
Cryofab, Inc. is a key vendor in the global cryogenic equipment marketplace. Experts in the manufacturing and service of cryogenic storage and accessories, Cryofab offers custom as well as standard fabrications. Cryogenic containers including tanks, dewars, and vessels of all sizes are designed and produced with an array of optional features. Cryofab cryogenic containers are capable of storing and transporting liquid helium, liquid argon, liquid oxygen, liquid nitrogen, liquid hydrogen, and liquid natural gas or LNG. Cryofab offers ASME, DOT, TPED, PED and ADR products. In-house cryogenic engineering experts can assist with product development of OEM or private label fabrication of cryogenic containers, whether it be prototype or productions runs, for industrial, laboratory, medical, biotechnology, pharmaceutical, superconductivity, semiconductor, life support or even homecare applications. Cryogenic equipment technicians are also available to repair your cryogenic storage tanks, hoses, and valves.

In addition to containers, Cryofab offers a full range of accessories to facilitate the safe and convenient transfer of cryogenic mediums. Standard and custom accessories include: transfer lines with or without vacuum jacketed insulation; manual valves; actuated valves; seal-off valves; bayonets and manifolds.

Founded in 1971, Cryofab has grown solely on the merits of its innovative cryogenic products, solutions, and superior service.

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