UNPA welcomes facilities design firm CRB

UNPA welcomes facilities design firm CRB

Leading global design, construction and consulting firm joins UNPA as a Science & Technology Services member.

The United Natural Products Alliance (UNPA), an international association of forward-looking companies dedicated to providing consumers with natural health products of superior quality, benefit and reliability, is pleased to welcome leading global design, construction and consulting firm CRB as its newest Science & Technology Services member.
Headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., CRB has developed an international reputation for providing engineering solutions for the natural products industry. Founded in 1984, the company has evolved from a three-person firm to a team of more than 600 professionals in 12 offices throughout the country. CRB specializes in providing deep knowledge of planning, designing and building manufacturing facilities for top private and public companies. It delivers in all areas of project execution, from strategic planning and initial project programming through conceptual and detailed design and into construction, commissioning and validation. CRB has an unparalleled understanding of how to equip clients with efficient, flexible and interactive work environments that lead to business success.
“CRB works hard to bring the best knowledge and experience to our clients and partners,” said Keith Kettler, a CRB associate. “As a partner in UNPA, we look forward to contributing to the immense knowledge base already in place and working with all organizations to set the direction for the industry.”
“Central to product quality and good manufacturing practice compliance is the early design and planning for manufacturing systems and facilities and all of the engineering required,” said Loren Israelsen, UNPA president. “CRB is a world leader in pharmaceutical and dietary supplement facility design and engineering and thus brings a new expertise and resource that will be widely valued by UNPA members and the industry as a whole.”
For more information about CRB, visit the company’s website, crbusa.com

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