Cope Company Salt News

Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Pennsylvania

Lancaster, PA – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, is proud to announce that it has been named to Central Penn Business Journal’s 19th annual list of the Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Pennsylvania.  This is the first time that Cope Salt achieved this milestone.

“We are proud to be recognized as a local growing company.  As an ice melt supply company, we experienced tremendous growth over the past two snow and ice filled winters.  Cope Salt was one of the only suppliers that had inventory for our existing customers as well as new customers.  Due to past supply shortages we have taken a proactive approach for this season and have already brought in inventory and have more coming.  We are confident that we will be the #1 supplier in the region again,” said John Connell, General Manager.

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The Cope Company Salt Joins ISNETworld

Lancaster, PA, – The Cope Company Salt, Lancaster, is now a member of ISNetworld, a global contractor supplier management resource. ISNetworld connects hiring clients with approved contractors to help ensure compliance with health, safety, quality, regulatory and procurement standards. The Cope Company Salt achieved recognition by meeting and exceeding criteria that identified the company as a safe and sustainable contractor. The Cope Company Salt manufactures the AUTOBrine® System, which is an automatic brine system that solves the problem of the time-consuming, costly, and painstaking task of managing water conditioning salt brine levels. The AUTOBrine System cuts costs and eliminates risks associated with handling heavy salt bags. AUTOBrine also helps users reduce their carbon footprint. ISNetworld has more than 60,000 contractors and suppliers across multiple industries in 75 countries. For more information refer to

ISNworld PDF

Contact: John Connell
Phone (717) 390-8580
Email [email protected]

CVEF Receives $2000 Donation via Cope’s In the Community Program

The Cope Salt Company was able to donate $2000 to the Conestoga Valley Education Foundation in July as part of it’s In the Community Program that was rolled out last year.

CVEF strives to enrich the education, values, and cultural experience of youth by extending their current educational opportunities through creative and innovative programs.
To promote excellence by providing financial and human resources that encourage exploration and achievement by youth through the support of teachers, staff and community members.

Cope continues to make contributions to non-profits throughout the community as a way of giving back and promoting community growth.