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Brock White to distribute Fibermesh in Canada

May 30, 2012

Expanded partnership severs ready mix producers and contractors.

Propex Operating Company, LLC, Chattanooga, TN, announced that Fibermesh, a leading brand in concrete reinforcing fibers, will now be available in Western Canada through Brock White, St. Paul, MN.

According to Ralph Bruno, Propex executive vice president, the selection of Brock White as a distributor for Propex means Fibermesh will be easy to buy in Western Canadian markets. “Propex and Brock White have a long and successful partnership through the distribution of our geosynthetic products and we are thrilled to offer our entire infrastructure product line through Brock White,” says Bruno. “With 10 Brock White locations in Western Canada the delivery of our full line of products will be quick and easy for ready mix producers and contractors.”

“We are excited to build on our relationship with Propex by including the Fibermesh line in our product offering to the Canadian Ready Mix industry,” says Neil Fast, vice president and general manager, Canada, for Brock White. “This is a natural evolution to our already successful partnership.”

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