Service Corporation International is an American provider of funeral goods and services as well as cemetery property and services. It is headquartered in Neartown, Houston, Texas. SCI operates more than 1500 funeral homes and 400 cemeteries in 43 states, eight Canadian provinces, and Puerto Rico.
Service Corporation International (kurz: SCI) ist ein texanisches Bestattungsunternehmen mit Sitz in Houston. SCI bezeichnet sich selbst als der größte Anbieter von Bestattungs- und Friedhofsdienstleistungen Nordamerikas und wurde 1962 durch den Bestatter Robert L. Waltrip gegründet. Die Aktien des Unternehmens werden an der NYSE gehandelt.
Service Corporation International (SCI) est la plus grande entreprise de pompes funèbres des États-Unis avec près de 13 % de parts de marché pour ce secteur économique. SCI possède environ 1 653 funérariums et gère 515 cimetières.
Service Corporation International is proud to be North America’s leading provider of funeral, cremation and cemetery services. Since 1962, SCI has been serving families during their most difficult, personal and challenging times. Today, we are the company that more than 450,000 families turn to each year for compassionate and professional care.
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