NSC, The Skilled Staffing Experts™, Unveils Unified Brand Identity

NSC recently announced the consolidation of its six individual businesses into a single, unified brand known as NSC, The Skilled Staffing Experts™. This consolidation aims to enhance our ability to connect our clients with a vast network of skilled tradespeople and craftsmen, enabling businesses in various industries to find the talent they need. With a focus on providing exceptional service and solidifying its position as a respected partner in the skilled trades and industrial staffing sectors, NSC is poised for growth and success. For more details on this exciting development, be sure to read the official press release.

Press Release

NSC, a leading provider of skilled staffing solutions, announced the consolidation of its six separate businesses into a single, unified brand. The NSC umbrella now includes all of the capabilities of NSC technologies, Anistar Technologies, Shipyard Staffing, Staff Matters, Staffing Resources, Superior Resource Group and ULG Companies.

The streamlined, consolidated NSC brand is designed to facilitate even faster and easier connections between NSC’s client organizations and its vast nationwide network of qualified skilled tradespeople and traveling craftsmen. NSC will continue to serve the marine, light industrial and skilled trades, as well as the infrastructure and defense sectors.

“This is an exciting step forward for NSC. We are leveraging the collective strength of our former brands to directly benefit everyone that NSC serves.” said John Gulnac, CEO of NSC. “Employers will be able to secure qualified talent with greater speed and simplicity, candidates will find their next ideal role more easily and our internal teams will have best-in-class tools that streamline our resources to better serve our clients and contractors.”

The unified brand is accompanied by a new look and feel representing a new era for NSC as The Skilled Staffing Experts™.

“Our new brand gives us the power to help our clients and candidates succeed in new ways,” Gulnac said. “It also moves us closer to our ultimate goal of becoming the most respected partner in the skilled trades, marine, and industrial staffing industries.”

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