Gorbel named a fastest growing company
Gorbel has earned a spot on this year’s list of Top 100 list of fastest-growing, privately owned companies in the Rochester and Finger Lakes region of New York, USA. The Greater Rochester Chamber of Commerce revealed the 37th annual Top 100 rankings at an awards celebration on 2 November where Gorbel achieved the 61st spot on the Top 100 list.
In an announcement to the company, CEO Brian Reh said, “We have been blessed to make this our 20th time on the list in the 37 years the Top 100 has been around. Just wow!” He went on to say that, “This is an awesome accomplishment and a direct result of the great work each of you do day after day. Congratulations to all. You deserve to be proud.”
To be eligible for the Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 program, companies must be privately owned, headquartered in the nine-county Rochester region, and have earned at least $1 million in revenue in each of the three most recent fiscal years. Greater Rochester Chamber president and CEO, Bob Duffy, said, “Congratulations to Gorbel on being named a 2023 Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 company. Your presence on this esteemed list showcases your role in shaping Greater Rochester as one of the fastest-growing companies in our region.
“This year’s Greater Rochester Chamber Top 100 highlights the incredible array of companies that collectively define our dynamic ecosystem, employing tens of thousands of people and reporting billions of dollars in revenue in the most recent fiscal year.”
Gorbel is a leader in overhead material handling, ergonomic lifting, and industrial fall protection. Its mission is to ‘Improve People’s Lives,’ and that principle informs its product line-up and dedication to providing world-class service. With over 40 years of experience, Gorbel has established itself as a key player and innovator in the overhead and warehouse solutions industries. It offers a wide range of systems, from long-standing Work Station Cranes and Cleveland Tramrail patented track cranes to new age intelligent lifting devices like the G-Force and Easy Arm articulating jib.