NFPA Company Profile: Plymouth Tube Company

NFPA Company Profiles for NFPA News

With NFPA membership at an all-time high, publishing a short profile of an NFPA member each week is one way for us to highlight the diversity and strength of our industry. Today’s Company is Plymouth Tube Company.

Plymouth Tube Company LogoPlymouth Tube Company, based in Warrenville, IL, has been a Product Supplier member of NFPA since 1997. Plymouth Tube Company is a global specialty manufacturer of carbon alloy, nickel alloy, and stainless precision steel tubing. Plymouth Engineered Shapes manufactures titanium, stainless, nickel alloy, carbon & alloy semi-finished extrusions and semi-finished shaped bar. Comprised of eleven manufacturing plants and thirteen business units, Plymouth Tube is a family-owned company with fourth generation leadership. Plymouth Tube has consistently attended NFPA events, including Regional Meetings, Industry and Economic Outlook Conference and Annual Conference. The company also supports the NFPA Education and Technology Foundation.  Plymouth Tube is a “rock” when it comes to NFPA membership—Happy Thanksgiving!

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