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Aluminum Conduit Manufacturer Relocates To Louisa County
August 14, 2013

Patriot Aluminum Products, a manufacturer of rigid aluminum conduit used to mitigate corrosion issues at chemical, industrial, food and other manufacturing facilities, has announced plans to relocate its company headquarters, currently located in Albemarle County, Va., to Louisa County, Va. With a estimated cost of $1.5 million, the new 30,000-square-foot facility will be located in the Ferncliff Business Park and is expected to be completed by year end.

According to company CEO Tom Click, “Our plan is to continue to grow Patriot, and this facility will enable us to do so,” Click said. “This building is not just bigger than our current location. Its layout is streamlined and modeled after some of the most efficient tubular processing facilities in the world. It will allow us to produce our product with single piece flow and minimal wasted effort.”

County officials noted that Patriot will be the first company to locate in the business park and will spark future growth in the Ferncliff area. The Louisa County Industrial Development Authority is facilitating tax-exempt financing for the new headquarters project.

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