John M. Perfetti

Manager, Material Services

Duquesne Light Company

“The Duquesne Light Company has and continues its business relationship with TRC, in the storing and material handling of its large sub-station equipment. Since 2005 Duquesne Light Co. has/continues to receive great service from TRC which currently is going into its fourth year of providing us with professional warehouse service, timely deliveries, 24hr service if required as well as detailed correspondence when it comes to inventory control issues, invoicing, etc. TRC prides itself on impeccable customer service, timely communication with its customers and a competitive pricing structure when it comes to its costs in providing its warehouse capabilities. Being in material management capacities for 25 years I’ve seen a lot of companies who talk a good game in providing 3rd party warehouse services. In TRC they walk the talk and have been a welcome extension of our Material Services group”

Governor to tour Wilmerding firm with plan to boost jobs – Nov. 12, 2003

Thomas Rigging Co. (TRC) Industries in Wilmerding has launched a proposal that would create and maintain jobs in Allegheny County.

State Rep. Paul Costa is enthusiastic about the proposal and has joined forces with state Sen. Sean Logan in hopes of drawing assistance from the state to help initiate the proposal, which is aimed at improving processing capabilities by upgrading vintage equipment.

“This is a wonderful opportunity for maintaining and creating jobs in the Turtle Creek Valley,” Costa said.

He and Logan have invited Gov. Ed Rendell to tour TRC’s facilities today (Wednesday).

Rendell Visits – Nov. 19, 2003

Joe Kotulsky and Pete Patrunya of Thomas Rigging Co. in Wilmerding talk with Gov. Ed Rendell about the company’s proposal that would bring jobs to the area. The proposal is aimed at improving processing capabilities by upgrading vintage equipment.