Anchor Bolt Manufacturer Has Moved Operations to Harrisburg, NC

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EDSCO’s New Facility Will Increase Capacity for Production of Anchor Bolts

Inside view of new EDSCO Anchor Bolt Facility

The move to our new state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility will provide EDSCO with a more effective platform from which to provide our customers with best-in-class service.

EDSCO, a manufacturer of anchor bolts for large steel structures, has relocated its Charlotte, North Carolina operation into a new, purpose-built facility in the nearby suburb of Harrisburg, NC. This larger plant provides more space for overhead cranes, higher clearance, and better workflow than previously available.

“The move to our new state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility will provide EDSCO with a more effective platform from which to provide our customers with best-in-class service,” stated Jeff Pieper, EDSCO’s President and Chief Operating Officer, “We will be able to pursue improved efficiencies in a number of different areas of our operations, which will result in better value for our customers and make EDSCO an even stronger supplier partner.” All of EDSCO’s current associates will be moving with EDSCO to the new operation.

EDSCO’s custom anchor bolts are used in construction of critical infrastructure in the Energy, Outdoor Lighting, Transportation, Communications, and General Construction Industries. For more information on EDSCO’s manufacturing capabilities, click here.

About EDSCO: Since 1985, EDSCO has been committed to being the most reliable and trustworthy supplier and producer of anchor bolts and fasteners for large steel structures. Serving a range of industries, EDSCO’s culture of doing whatever it takes to meet customers’ requirements has made it a leader in the industry. EDSCO operates two other strategically located facilities (Denton, TX and Spanish Fork, UT) from which it can ship products to most domestic destinations in just one day. Each facility has sufficient equipment capacity and material inventories to meet most quick turn lead-time requests.

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