Hobas Pipe USA to increase fiberglass pipe production by 50% to address water, wastewater infrastructure demands

(UI) – Hobas Pipe USA, Inc. announced an expansion of its production capabilities with the addition of a second manufacturing line. This expansion, set to be operational by October 1, 2024, increases capacity to meet the escalating demands of the water and wastewater infrastructure sectors.

Martin Dana, President and CEO, emphasized the expansion as a response to the robust demand for high-quality, fiberglass reinforced polymer mortar (FRPM) pipes, particularly from municipal clients across the United States.

This new production line will boost the company's output by 50%, enhancing Hobas offerings for water and wastewater projects with large diameter pipes ranging from 12 to 118 inches, and pressure ratings up to 500 psi.

"In 2022, we increased our capacity to serve our municipal clients, particularly to address their pressure water needs and the response far exceed our expectation," said Martin Dana President and CEO of Hobas Pipe USA, Inc.

"This new investment further emphasizes our commitment to the critical wet infrastructure landscape of North America. By continuing to select our pipe for their projects our clients are making a statement- they want long-lasting solutions for their pipe needs. Solutions that are corrosion resistant, last 150 years, reduce their energy consumption and improve their impact on the environment," Dana added.

Hobas Pipe USA, Inc. is a North American producer and supplier of corrosion-resistant, fiberglass-reinforced mortar polymer pipe systems. Hobas opened its Houston headquarters in 1987, dedicated to engineering and manufacturing pipe solutions for municipalities that demand safe and reliable infrastructure. Today, Hobas provides fiberglass pipe solutions for clients across the United States and Canada.

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