May 16, 2019
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Manchester Tank announces new facility in Campbellsville, Kentucky
Franklin, TN — May 16, 2019 – Manchester Tank & Equipment Co., a division of McWane, Inc. announced today that it has purchased a building and land located in Campbellsville, Kentucky.
The site, a 238,000 square foot facility on 120 acres, will complement Manchester Tank’s existing global operations, which include four US manufacturing facilities and two international plants in Australia and Chile. Manchester Tank expects to complete renovations to its new facility and be operating within the calendar year.
“This new facility in Campbellsville will contribute significantly to the continued growth and success of Manchester Tank,” said Ruffner Page, CEO and president of McWane, Inc.
In a news release, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin expressed his support for Manchester Tank’s Campbellsville location. “We would like to welcome Manchester Tank & Equipment to Kentucky for what will be a significant addition to the Taylor County community,” Gov. Bevin said.
About Manchester Tank & Equipment Co.
Manchester Tank & Equipment Co., a division of McWane, Inc. of Birmingham, AL, is an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and global distributor of low-pressure vessels, domestic and industrial cylinders, propane tanks, air receivers and fire suppressants. Its headquarters are located in Franklin, TN, with manufacturing facilities in Bedford, IN, Crossville, TN, Elkhart, IN, Quincy, IL, Echuca, Australia and two locations in Chile.
McWane, Inc. is a family-owned business based in Birmingham, AL, 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. With more than 6,800 team members McWane has a longstanding commitment of support to the communities where we live and work.