Holtec International is a U.S.-based diversified energy technology company with its corporate technology center located in Marlton, New Jersey in the South Jersey region of the Philadelphia metropolitan area. The company's corporate headquarters are located in Jupiter, Florida served by the West Palm Beach International Airport. The company also maintains several operations centers around the world, including major bases of operation in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), Lakeland (Florida), Orrville (Ohio), Kiev (Ukraine) and Pune (India).
Holtec International’s industrial activities are principally focused on six continents: North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Africa and Australia. Britain, Spain, Switzerland, Belgium, China, Ukraine, Canada, Mexico, the United States and Brazil are among the countries where Holtec International has provided significant goods and services. The domestic market in the United States, however, has been the catalyst for Holtec’s technical innovations in its fields of endeavor, which the company has successfully parlayed into business successes in overseas markets. Over 70% of Holtec’s output is consumed by the domestic power industry; the balance is destined for foreign markets. Holtec’s corporate moorings are firmly and deeply anchored in the power industry: Over 150 power generation stations in the U.S., including over 80 commercial nuclear power plants, have been Holtec customers over the past two decades.
“A Generation Ahead by Design” is Holtec’s corporate credo as well as its guiding beacon. In practical terms, it means identifying a distinct industry need for a new technology and focusing the company’s resources to fulfilling the need with the best technology possible. An early example of the “A Generation Ahead by Design” creed manifested in Holtec’s drive to develop the technology to substantially increase the in-pool storage capacity at light water reactor plants in the wake of the U.S. government’s decision in 1977 to ban reprocessing of spent nuclear fuel.
Holtec International's goods and services are rendered through five operating divisions, namely;
- Nuclear Power Division (NPD)
- Power Plant Components Division (PPCD)
- Holtec Manufacturing Division (HMD)
- Technical Services Division (TSD)
- Nanotec Metals Division (NMD)