Manchester Tank to hold ribbon cutting for new Campbellsville plant
September 15, 2020
Franklin, Tennessee – September 15, 2020 – Manchester Tank & Equipment Co., will officially open its new Campbellsville, Kentucky, plant with a ribbon cutting on September 29, 2020. The event will include plant tours beginning at 10:00 am, with the ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:30 pm. The ceremony will also be streamed live on Facebook.
The 230,000 square foot facility at 901 New Columbia Road will manufacture residential propane tanks ranging in size from 120 to 1,000 gallons, and mid-size pressurized air receivers.
The Campbellsville plant will employ 100 team members by the end of the year. That number is expected to continue growing.
About Manchester Tank
Manchester Tank & Equipment Co. has been a trusted industry leader in the design and manufacture of steel and aluminum low-pressure DOT cylinders and ASME pressure vessels for the storage and transport of propane, chemicals, compressed air and other industrial applications since 1946. Today, our company remains dedicated to its long tradition of excellence and is committed to our vision of finding a better way. We do this by bringing value to our customers every day, seeking continuous improvement in everything we do, and being the best company to work for.
About McWane Inc.
McWane, Inc. is a family-owned business based in Birmingham, Alabama, with companies across the United States and the world. At the McWane Family of Companies, we cast ductile iron products--including pipe, valves, hydrants, fittings, and plumbing products--manufacture fire extinguishers, fire suppression systems, steel pressure vessels, and build network switches and monitoring equipment. We are the leader in delivering clean, safe drinking water around the world while focusing on the safe, environmentally-friendly manufacturing of our products. With more than 6,000 team members McWane has a longstanding commitment of support to the communities where we live and work.
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