Louisville, KY – (April 3, 2019) ISCO Industries, Inc. (“ISCO”), a Louisville, Kentucky-based high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe supplier and fabricator has purchased Plasson USA.’s (“Plasson”) HDPE fabrication plant in Missoula, Montana. The strategic acquisition allows ISCO to further expand in a previously difficult to reach area of North America.
“Our excellent customer service is the backbone of our company. It’s predicated on our ability to serve the needs of our customers on a local basis,” explained ISCO COO Lee Mizell. “We pursued this purchase in Montana to improve our ability to respond to our customers’ needs in the northwestern United States and western Canada.”
The Missoula plant will be the ninth HDPE fabrication plant in ISCO’s network. Along with location, the acquisition brings employees with decades of experience in the HDPE industry. That knowledge is an invaluable resource for ISCO customers.
“Plasson has been a valuable supplier of ours for many years,” said Jimmy Kirchdorfer, CEO and Chairman of ISCO. “We’re looking forward to continuing our relationship with them. The expertise of the team they have in place in Missoula is an exciting addition to our team.”
The fabrication plant in Missoula is the latest addition to ISCO’s network of plants in Kingman, AZ, Salt Lake City, UT, Louisville, KY, Houston, TX, Martinsburg, WV, Baton Rouge, LA, Wellford, SC, and Mulberry, FL.
Louisville, Ky. (December 7, 2018) – ISCO Industries, Inc. (ISCO) is announcing that its wholly owned subsidiary, ISCO Canada, Inc., has agreed to purchase substantially all of the assets of A.H. McElroy Sales and Service (Canada) Ltd. The agreement is subject to customary closing conditions and the parties expect to close the transaction on December 10, 2018. Founded in 1979, A.H. McElroy has served as the leading polyethylene pipe fusion experts in Canada, maintaining the largest inventory of parts, equipment and rental fleet throughout the country. ISCO Canada will operate under the new trade name, ISCO-A.H. McElroy.
Dozens of people lined the street. Up and down Euclid Avenue, less than a mile from Miami’s famous South Beach, crowds were forming. With camera phones at the ready, they watched a 54-inch high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipe readied and pulled underground. ISCO Industries’ sales rep Bryan Fletcher had been working for months with the contractor on the job to provide HDPE, equipment, and field technicians to make this incredible job a reality. Most onlookers had no idea what exactly they were watching, but each one of them could tell it was something remarkable. And it was. In fact, it was record-breaking.