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Resin Systems Tests 36 Metre Utility Pole: Video Presentation

  • Friday, 2nd December 2005
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Resin Systems Inc. has successfully tested its 36 metre (120 foot) RStandard modular utility structure, which includes the largest module to date of its product line. RS will use the newest module to configure utility structures of different lengths and classes, significantly expanding its utility structure product line for the transmission industry.

“Completing testing to this height is important and allows us to fill existing backlog orders,” said Greg Pendura, Chairman, President & CEO. “With testing now completed, RS manufactures the largest commercially produced composite transmission poles in the world.” Installation of a shorter pole is shown in this short video.

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The testing was conducted at the new RS testing facility in Calgary, Alberta. Commercial production of Resin Systems’ RStandard utility structures has also started at its Calgary plant. Installation of a second production cell, announced on August 2, 2005, is currently underway and will be operational in Q1 2006. At full capacity, the two production cells are capable of producing approximately $50 million USD of RStandard utility structures annually.

Shipments of RStandard utility structures have now started from the Calgary plant. “We are pleased that our Calgary plant is up and running, and starting customer shipments,” said Greg Pendura, Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer. “We are now filling orders and working on our growing backlog.”

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