Service/repair/installation of the AUTOBrine® System, automatic brine maker. All work is performed in commercial operations, no residential projects. The qualified applicant typically works independently, relying heavily on prior professional experience of local and state regulations. The typical commitment is M-F 7-4 schedule with the occasional weekend/evening service work. Over-night travel is required for installations greater than 2 hour drive from Lancaster, PA.
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Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to The Common Wheel, a community bike shop and learning center whose mission is to improve lives in Lancaster through the power of bikes. The Common Wheel strives to make cycling accessible to everyone. Continue reading
Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $6000 to EMPOWER HOPE, an emerging Lancaster-based non-profit whose mission is empowering orphaned children and vulnerable young adults with the healing hope of Christ to overcome poverty through education and entrepreneurship. Continue reading
In preparation for the approaching winter season, The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, constructed an immense covered salt pit with a 1,500 ton capacity. Continue reading
The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $3000 to Masonic Village, Elizabethtown.
Pictured: Kenneth Kramer, Jonathan Dice, Cindy Phillips and Michael Katzenmoyer
The donation is part of The Cope Company Salt’s AUTOGive program. Cope employee, Jonathan Dice selected Masonic Village for Cope’s quarterly non-profit donation because his aunt is a resident there. Continue reading
The Cope Company Salt has expanded its automatic brine system, AUTOBrine® offering to the Mid-West Region and welcomes two new Sales Representatives to our team. David Fields and Bret Abner joined the Cope Company in June and are excited to offer the AUTOBrine® to facilities in need of a safer, greener, and more cost effective way to handle water conditioning salt. Continue reading
Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, donated $2000 to The Humane League of Lancaster County. The Human League is best known for their animal adoption centers and non-profit veterinary hospitals. Cope Salt wants to help the Humane League continue their work of saving animals and helping people be the best caretakers they can be.