Ultimate RB Expands Production Complex In Delphos, Ohio
The company is a leading manufacturer of recycled rubber products and one of the largest and most technically advanced tire recyclers in the world. Ultimate RB makes high quality, customized products that contain up to 96% post-consumer waste.
According to company officials, This expansion will allow the company to better meet the needs of its customers. The equipment installed includes a larger manufacturing process and a state-of-the-art cutting machine. A modernized addition to the plant was built to accommodate this new equipment. This new capacity is expected to reduce lead times on specialty rolled rubber products.
"We are very pleased to implement this investment to better meet the needs of our customers by expanding our capacity for specialty rolled rubber flooring and underlayment production. We are grateful to our operations team at the Delphos facility to complete this important expansion," said Hal Stuhl, Vice President of Ultimate RB.
As the leading fully integrated manufacturer in the world with its own tire crumb, colored EPDM granules and urethane binder manufacturing, Ultimate RB is uniquely positioned to offer consistent quality and value to customers in a broad range of industries, company officials said.
Accella is a leading manufacturer of custom formulated polyurethane systems and recycled rubber products. The recycled rubber products business manufactures recycled tire crumb, custom colored EPDM granules, custom and rolled matting, equine matting, athletic flooring, playground surfacing and various custom molded products.
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