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Endurance Composites acquires Enduro Composites pipe and tank product line

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Enduro Composites, designer and manufacturer of fiberglass composites solutions, has sold the assets of its Pipe & Tank product line to Endurance Composites, LLC.

Endurance Composites, LLC, an ANDRONACO INDUSTRIES (Kentwood, Mich., U.S.) company, has acquired the Enduro Composite Inc. (Houston, Texas, U.S.) composite and dual laminate tank, pipe and fitting operations located in Pearland, Texas, U.S. 

All other ENDURO product lines, including its Building Products (TUFF SPAN), Electrical Cable Management, Structural & Mechanical, and Water & Wastewater structures located in Houston, Texas, U.S. as well as its Field Services group, located in Freeport, Texas, U.S. continue as core businesses within the Enduro portfolio.

“We are honored by the dedication and support of our employees, customers and vendors that successfully contributed to the growth of our Pipe & Tank business,” says Tim Broussard, CEO at Enduro Composites. “Since the opening of the Pearland facility over 5 years ago, the operation has achieved numerous client certifications and recognition by industry professionals, the most recent being the ASME RTP-1 certification for FRP Tanks. Enduro Composites will now focus all of its resources on strategic growth initiatives within its core businesses.”


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