The History of Taber Extrusions

Taber Extrusions history at a glance.

Russellville, Arkansas aluminum extrusion plant built by Dow Chemical.

1970
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1973

Taber Extrusions founded in Russellville, Arkansas: pioneered a process for extruding rectangular billet, enabling the extrusion of solid profiles up to 31 inches wide or hollows up to 29 inches.

Taber Extrusions purchased by National Material, L.P.

1976
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1995

Gulfport, Mississippi facility was acquired: extrusions, cast house, & fabrication.

Taber upgrades Russellville fabrication facility.

2015
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2017

Aluminum cast house expansion completed: currently Taber offers 7″, 8″, 9″, 11″, 16″, 20″ & 10″x 20″ rectangular billet molds.

Taber adds Ultra Precision® Extrusion capabilities: microextrusion production of precision aluminum components.

2018
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2019

Taber expands their capabilities yet again!

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