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IntegriCo Partnership with Closed Loop Fund

PRLog – June 28, 2017  – IntegriCo Composites Inc., a leader in the composite industrial products manufacturing industry, is pleased to announce that it has entered into a strategic partnership with Closed Loop Fund to fund comprehensive recycling infrastructure as well as to expand its strategic sourcing programs in capturing increased volumes of landfill bound plastics.  more

IntegriCo Announces the Completion of Debt and Equity Financing in Excess of $11M in Support of its Expansion into Louisiana

PRLog – April 1, 2015  – The collaborative efforts of the State of Louisiana, the US Department of Agriculture, Bank of Montgomery and IntegriCo’s investment partners  including Acadia Woods, JH Whitney Investment Management, Iron Bridge Capital and Chart Venture Partnerswill make the July 2015 opening of its new facility in Springhill, LA a reality, stated IntegriCo’s CEO, Scott Mack.  Engineering and equipment installation is underway today, managed by the Southland Process group out of Atlanta, GA.  more

IntegriCo Adds Two More of the Largest Railroads in North America to its Customer List, as Demand for Engineered Recycled Plastic Railroad Ties Soars 

PRLog (Press Release) – January 6, 2015 – IntegriCo Composites, a leading manufacturer of high performance recycled plastic railroad ties, today announced that it is producing product for five out of the eight Class 1 railroads in the North America (class one railroads are the largest in the industry).  IntegriCo’s products have been successfully installed from Mexico to Canada, with repeat customers driving high demand for the install of composites crossties in their railway system. more

See Article in Plastics Today about Upcoming Expansion:

IntegriCo Composites chooses Louisiana for its booming plastic railroad tie business

IntegriCo Awarded Purchase Order for 5,000 Railroad Crossties from another Major Regional Transit Railroad Line for the Install of Engineered Recycled Plastic Railroad Ties

PRLog (Press Release) – June 30, 2014 – IntegriCo Composites, a leading manufacturer of high performance recycled plastic railroad ties, today announced that one of the largest municipal Railroads in the US purchased approximately 5,000 of their composite railroad ties for install in their railway system. more

Governor Jindal and CEO Scott Mack Announce $20 Million Investment for Manufacturing Facility in Louisiana

PRLog (Press Release) – March 31, 2014   SPRINGHILL, La. — Today, Governor Bobby Jindal and IntegriCo Composites CEO Scott Mack announced a $20 million capital investment by the company to establish a manufacturing facility near Springhill that will produce transportation infrastructure components – including railroad ties, rail crossings and industrial mats – from landfill-bound plastic waste. The company also will relocate its corporate headquarters from Temple, Texas, to Webster Parish. more

IntegriCo Awarded Purchase Order for 22,000+ Railroad Crossties from a Class 1 Railroad for the Install of its Engineered Recycled Plastic Railroad Ties

PRLog (Press Release) – January 8, 2014 – IntegriCo Composites, Inc, a leading manufacturer of high performance recycled plastic railroad ties, today announced it received an initial22, 000+ order for their composite railroad ties from a US Class 1 railway.  Given the competitive installation process and extensive testing of the ties, this is a significant win for both IntegriCo Composites and the recycled plastic railroad crosstie industry in general. more

IntegriCo Composites, a Recycled Plastics Railroad Product Manufacturer, Raises $9 million to Continue the Company’s Explosive Growth in the Railroad Crossties Industry

TEMPLE, TX, November 10 /PRLog/ — IntegriCo Composites Inc. announced today the company has raised $9 million in its venture capital funding effort.   Led by Acadia Woods, JH Whitney Investment Management, Rocky Point Ventures, Chart Venture Partners and highly respected railroad veterans, the new funding will enable the company to expand the reach of its composite railroad crossties and railroad crossings.   IntegriCo’s crossties are made of 100% recycled plastic, are independently tested to last fifty years or more in track, and are competitively priced.  Because IntegriCo is delivering an important alternative to the railway maintenance of way engineers, the Company is playing an increasingly important role in the billion dollar North American railroad crosstie market. more

IntegriCo Composites Wins Purchase Order to Install Recycled Plastic Railroad Ties in Mexico

PRLog- December 11, 2012 – IntegriCo Composites, Inc, a leading manufacturer of high performance recycled plastic railroad ties today announced that one of the largest railroad companies in Mexico recently installed their composite railroad ties.   Working with Atlas Trading International, IntegriCo added another major railroad to its list of repeat satisfied customers. more

IntegriCo Awarded $1.5 Million Contract from a major US city’s Rapid Transit Authority for Composite Railroad Ties, Made from 100% Recycled Plastics

PRLog- November 14, 2012 – IntegriCo Composites, Inc, a leading manufacturer of high performance recycled plastic railroad ties, today announced one of the largest transit authorities in the US purchased their composite railroad ties in a $1.5 million award. more

Recycled Plastic Railroad Ties Purchased by the US Army

September 24, 2012 – Multi-Million Dollar Multi-Year Contract Awarded to IntegriCo and Atlas Trading International from the U.S. Army Contracting Command – Rock Island for Composite Railroad Ties Made from 100% Recycled Plastics.

IntegriCo Composites Announces Expansion Into India

March 16, 2012 – IntegriCo Composites, Inc, announced that their high performance railroad crossties manufactured from 100% recycled plastics, have been tested and approved by Indian Railways’ R&D wing Research Designs & Standards Organization.

October 2012- IntegriCo mentioned in Annual Crossties Report for RT&S, Railway Track & Structures Magazine:

Crosstie Check in 2012

 

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