Tejas Tubular Products Inc. is continuing its growth plan with
a new facility in Norfolk, Neb.
construction of the 350,000-square-foot facility will begin
sometime this year, and the Houston-based company expects to
open the plant in the third quarter of 2015, according to a
press release from Nebraska Gov. Dave Heineman.
with Nebraskas fiscally conservative approach to doing
business," Tejas Tubular owner Max Tejeda said. The company
will receive some $5 million in state and local government
funding and plans to apply for special state business
development incentives for large projects.
Charlotte, N.C., will enjoy increased demand for its products
as it will supply more than 150,000 tons of steel that the
company will convert into casing, drill pipe and line pipe for
oil and gas production.
about being able to supply the highest grade of steel for Tejas
Tubulars (oil country tubular goods) products," Dirk
Petersen, general manager of Nucor Steel Bar Mill, said in the
release. "This strategic partnership, as well as location to
markets, is a win-win for both companies."
Tejas Tubular also is
constructing a facility in New Carlisle, Ind. (
amm.com, Sept. 17).