In 2010, Todd Ricketts donned a pair of fake glasses, grew a beard and temporarily shed his identity as a member of the family that owned Wrigley Field and the Chicago Cubs. Posing as a maintenance worker for the TV show “Undercover Boss,” Ricketts picked up trash, worked on the grounds crew and sold hot […]
If you have lived in or visited Chicago in the last 75 years, chances are you’ve come into contact with products from Chemcraft Industries. It could have been at an iconic institution like Wrigley Field, The Shedd Aquarium, The Chicago Theater, or even at O’Hare airport. It may have been at a Chicago public school,
Everyone expects a clean, safe and healthy environment for the places we work, live and play. We know it takes more than a deep clean to be ready when your first customer walks through the door. We’re prepared to help you deliver the results and meet the expectations of your customers, tenants, students, or guests.
When the COVID-19 crisis began, cleaning supplies, toilet paper and hand sanitizer were the first items to disappear from store shelves, and manufacturers struggled to keep pace with frenzied demand. Chemcraft Industries recognized a unique opportunity to give back, sparking a year of giving that has reinforced our ties with the community and enabled us
When you’re on hold on the phone with Chemcraft Industries’ Chicago, IL, office, a friendly recorded voice greets you with some historical facts. “The year was 1947; the Dead Sea scrolls were discovered in Jordan. Jackie Robinson joined the Brooklyn Dodgers, and Chemcraft Industries joined the industry…” History plays a huge part in this family-owned