PORTSMOUTH, VA – November 6, 2020 — NSC, a staffing agency dedicated to connecting companies and government agencies with skilled workers in the marine, energy, and manufacturing industries, today announced it ranked 116th on Staffing Industry Analysts’ (SIA) annual report on the largest staffing firms in the U.S. and was recognized as the nation’s 35th largest industrial staffing firm.
These first-ever designations for NSC are a stark contrast to the company’s origins 20 years ago, when it was founded by Paul Rodriguez, Chief Executive Officer of NSC, while working out of his parents’ garage. Having since placed tens of thousands of highly skilled workers in shipyards, plants, warehouses, and construction sites throughout the country, and inspired by its own humble beginnings, NSC has adopted a mission to enrich American communities by empowering individuals with sought-after trade skills.
“We believe that by equipping individuals with specialized skills and businesses with those individuals, people and communities will thrive—and together build a stronger America,” said Joe Myers, NSC’s Chief Operating Officer. “We are incredibly proud of our team and of this accomplishment that we’ve come together to achieve.”
SIA, the global advisor on staffing and workforce solutions, based its rankings on the 2019 revenue of top-producing agencies from among more than 20,000 eligible entities. NSC secured its recognition by achieving over $172 million in 2019 revenue.
NSC was founded in 2000 by Paul Rodriguez, with an idea and determination to build a stronger America by connecting businesses with highly skilled workers. Today, the staffing company occupies more than 30 offices nationwide and places talent in 48 states. Government agencies and marine, energy, and manufacturing companies all trust NSC to provide the creative workforce solutions they need to operate at peak performance.
Dedicated to improving communities and creating opportunities for individuals, NSC also delivers hands-on training in Salinas, Puerto Rico. Local workers are equipped with valuable trade skills and deployed to work at U.S. locations where specialized skill sets are in high demand. For more information, visit www.nsc-tech.com.