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Atkore in deal to buy Ridgeline Pipe assets

Oct 08, 2013 | 04:51 PM |

Tags  Atkore International Inc., Ridgeline Pipe Manufacturing, acquisition


NEW YORK -- Atkore International Inc. has entered into an agreement to acquire the assets of Ridgeline Pipe Manufacturing in Eugene, Ore.

Ridgeline Pipe, owned by EP Lenders II LLC, produces PVC electrical conduit, fittings and elbows, as well as irrigation pressure and sewer and drain pipe products.

“We’re excited about the acquisition of Ridgeline, which expands our PVC product portfolio,” said Bill Waltz, president of Harvey, Ill.-based Atkore’s Plastic Pipe and Conduit unit.




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