Senator Boozman visited the Taber Russellville plant in early October to learn about their broad scope of capabilities.
Mike McDonald, Inside Sales Manager at Taber Extrusions explains pieces manufactured by Taber to Senator John Boozman.
WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator John Boozman visited Taber Extrusions headquarters in Russellville Thursday to learn from company executives about the manufacturer’s wide range of products they serve including recent innovations in the military, aerospace and automotive industries.
Taber Russellville specializes in complex and ultra-wide and heavy extrusions, manufacturing aluminum parts which competitors consider difficult or even impossible to do.
“As an industry-leader, Taber Extrusions sets a high standard of quality for its products. The company’s commitment to innovation and excellence is unmatched in the industry. I appreciate the opportunity to see the high-tech work performed at the Russellville facility and I’ll continue to promote pro-growth policies that help businesses in Arkansas compete in the global economy,” Boozman said.
Taber is a full-servicer of aluminum extrusions, offering service such as custom aluminum alloy casting, aluminum machining and testing. These value added services further Taber’s ability to manufacture extrusions with custom alloy chemistries and properties that meet stringent specifications, such as those found in aluminum aircraft and aluminum marine applications. Taber is leading the way with exceptional quality products and the broadest capabilities in the aluminum extrusion industry.
“Taber is very proud to be able to provide American manufacturing jobs in Russellville, Arkansas since 1976, and Gulfport, Mississippi since 1995. We are pleased to be able to show some of our unique capabilities to Senator Boozman and appreciate his enthusiasm and support,” Allan Bennett, Taber’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, said.