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Modular Plant Opens in Idaho

July 2nd, 2012 Comments off

Following up on a story we published April 5, 2012 concerning ATCO Structures and Logistics of Alberta, Canada opening a modular production facility in Pocatello, Idaho, Manufacturing reports the Idaho State Journal says ATCO held a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wed., June 27 attended by Pocatello Mayor Brian Blad and company CEO Nancy Southern. The modular workforce housing units produced by the 190 employees will be shipped to energy work sites around the world. As MHProNews.com has learned, noting the company’s goal to produce three units per day, plant manager David Cook said, “Ninety percent of the supplies we use come from companies in Idaho.”

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Canadian Company Expanding in U.S.

April 5th, 2012 Comments off

ATCO Structures and Logistics of Alberta, Canada, is opening its third plant in the U.S., a 200,000 square foot facility in Pocatello, Idaho to meet growing demands for its modular buildings, according to IndustryWeek. Over 150 plumbers, electricians, and carpenters, plus office staff and additional production workers will be employed when the facility opens in June 2012. MHProNews.com has learned ATCO is a multi-billion dollar company involved in various manufacturing industries with clients in over 100 countries and facilities on five continents. It began in 1947 providing modular housing to workers during Canada’s first oil boom, and continues to offer modular structures for commercial, industrial, educational, and residential applications.

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