Arctic Slope Regional Corporation Once Again Tops List of Alaska Businesses
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is pleased to be recognized by the Alaska State Chamber of Commerce, Alaska Business Monthly magazine and local business leaders as the top Alaska-owned and operated corporation. This is the 19th consecutive year that ASRC has ranked #1 on the “Top 49ers List”, based the prior year’s gross revenues. The list was made public today during a luncheon at the Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center in downtown Anchorage. The complete list can be seen in the most recent edition of Alaska Business Monthly magazine.
“To top this distinguished list for nearly two decades is truly an honor,” said Rex A. Rock, Sr., ASRC president and CEO. “We set aggressive goals at the beginning of 2012 that helped us clear some challenging hurdles as they relate to the national economy, and I believe this plan will help ASRC to see continued growth in the future. I certainly would also like to congratulate the other prominent companies on this list as well.”
In 2012 ASRC’s revenues topped $2.6 billion, the most ever in the company’s 40 year history. ASRC has five major business segments, to include petroleum refining and marketing, energy support services, construction, government services and resource development.
Arctic Slope Regional Corporation is owned by and represents the business interests of the Arctic Slope Iñupiat. Since opening enrollment in 1989 to Alaska Natives born after 1971, the corporation’s shareholder base has nearly tripled, growing from the 3,700 original enrollees to around 11,000 today. Corporate headquarters are based in Barrow, Alaska, with administrative and subsidiary offices located in Anchorage and throughout the United States. ASRC, along with its family of companies, is the largest Alaskan-owned company, employing approximately 10,000 people worldwide. The company has five major business segments: petroleum refining and marketing, energy support services, construction, government services and resource development.