Champion Fiberglass Expands Facility to Meet Growing Demand for their Fiberglass Conduit and Bridge Drain Products

February 10, 2023

Demand for Champion Fiberglass electrical conduit has grown exponentially. All major contractors in US have now started to use the Champion Fiberglass conduit and realizing major savings for their projects, not only because of lower material cost compared to PVC and other more expensive conduit materials, but also even bigger savings on labor costs. Champion Fiberglass doubled its capacity in 2020 with a new manufacturing line and after one year, that line was already running at capacity.

In response to the feedback, the company is now adding a fourth production line to meet robust demand for its fiberglass conduit and bridge drain products. The upgraded facility will increase capacity by 33% and plans to be fully operational within 8-10 months.

“Engineers and contractors increasingly specify Champion Fiberglass conduit due to the strength, durability and ease of installation leading to many successful project outcomes”, says Mr. Goran Haag, president and founder of the company.

The company currently has 120,000 square feet of manufacturing and office space. It is the only conduit industry business to receive all three ISO 9001, 14001 and 45001 certifications, which center on quality, environmental and occupational health and safety management system.

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