ISCO Industries is further strengthening our customer service capabilities by expanding the company’s Riverport plant in Louisville, Kentucky. The project adds a new 46,000-square-foot building to the existing campus.
“Our customers come to ISCO because we’re able to craft custom solutions to match their needs,” explains CEO Jimmy Kirchdorfer. “We continue to invest in our facilities to keep up with the rising demand for high-density polyethylene (HDPE) piping products. This expansion gives us space to stockpile inventory, increase fabrication, and expand the ISCO team.”
Our shipping and warehousing operations will move into the new section of the building. This will allow fabrication to expand in the existing structure. It will also free up space for ISCO’s fusion machine rental repair and refurbishment.
“ISCO is growing right along with the demand for HDPE pipe and products,” says Phil Foley, the vice president of manufacturing. “Our customers have come to expect the absolute best service from our team, so we are reinvesting in our facilities to make sure that service remains the best in the business.”
ISCO serves a variety of markets across the globe including municipal, industrial, power, waterworks, golf, and landfill. We will also be expanding our plants in several other states. The Houston, Texas location is adding a 40,000-square-foot structure. In Midland, Texas, we have purchased 10 additional acres and are constructing a new 24,500-square-foot warehouse and maintenance shop. A 43,000-square-foot warehouse is being added to the existing Kingman, Arizona fabrication plant.
ISCO’s Riverport facility is located at 7006 Trade Port Drive in Louisville.