Ameron Selects Tulsa, Oklahoma, for $35M Steel Pole Plant
"We're already in the traffic signal market, but we're a niche player, not a strong player," said John Szabo, who leads Ameron's Poles Product Division. "This will help us grow so we can become a national player in the market."
The company will invest $35 million in the facility. The poles will be used in highway lighting and signs, traffic signal controls, light rail, and smart grid structures.
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