Aries Industries 1966 – 2016
Aries continues to build momentum. The company has refocused on its systems, rebuilt its product line, and reconnected with its customers and dealers.
Aries adds to its products for sewer rehabilitation by introducing its Anaconda UV Curing System, offering the U.S. the newest state-of-the-art relining technology.
Nick Kroll is named President/CEO and manages a dramatic improvement in personnel, product technology, customer service and dealer relations.
Aries provides the video camera that was lowered into the mine in the dramatic rescue of 33 miners trapped in the Copiapó mine in Chile.
Aries expands its North American market, forming Aries Canada Ltd. by acquiring Sewer Depot in Ontario.
Aries makes Waukesha, Wisconsin, their corporate headquarters, moving into the historic Pure Food Company Building, which in the early 1900’s was a food plant producing Jiffy Jell, an early version of the gelatin dessert Jello.
Aries grows by acquiring Central California TV in Fresno, strengthening its position in the water well, oil and gas and mining industry.
Bill Huelsman, his wife Jody, and their partners form Aries Industries, Inc., building their first camera and inspection truck.
The federal government makes sewer pipeline inspection mandatory, greatly expanding opportunities for companies in the industry.