WAYNE, Pa.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Please note, throughout the release, all instances of Whale City Iron Company should read: Whaling City Iron Co.
The corrected release reads:
MORO CORPORATION SUBSIDIARY WHALING CITY IRON CO. EXPANDS PRODUCT OFFERINGS
The expanded line of structural steel products is now featured on the concrete reinforcement and structural steel provider’s new website
Moro Corporation (NQB: MRCR), a multi-subsidiary construction products and services company, today announced subsidiary Whaling City Iron Co. has launched a new website to showcase its expanded line of structural steel products. The company, purchased by Moro Corporation in 2004, fabricates and distributes concrete reinforcing and structural and miscellaneous steel to ensure public road and construction safety. The expanded product line includes:
- Bollards – Short pillars, usually made of iron or steel, to withstand potential vehicle impact. These are often used for either directing traffic or security purposes.
- Road plates – Steel plates that act as a temporary cover for broken roads that cars or pedestrians need access to when construction is not actively happening.
- Steel finch plates and beams – Used in the construction of various structures that utilize wood, such as houses, decks and roofs. They are especially helpful during renovations that involve building upon aging wood. However, they can also be used in a wide variety of construction projects.
The 55-year-old company is also a distributor of concrete accessory products, including tie wire, bar supports, wire mesh, expansion joints and sealers, geotextile fabrics, Styrofoam, fiber column forms, poly film, and waterproof membranes. In addition, Whaling City Iron Co. provides quickset highway patch to New England-based contractors as well as a variety of metalworking firms, welding shops, shipyards, and others.
For more information about Whaling City Iron Co., visit http://www.wciron.com.
About Moro Corporation
Moro Corporation is a multi-subsidiary construction products and services company. Moro’s contracting subsidiaries provide electrical, structural steel, sheet metal ductwork and HVAC products and services to a variety of commercial and residential customers located in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Moro Corporation is comprised of six operating units: J&J Sheet Metal, Appolo Heating & Cooling, Rondout Electric, Titchener Iron Works, J.M. Ahle Co and Whaling City Iron. Each of these companies established their reputations and established a loyal customer base prior to being acquired. For additional information, visit www.morocorp.com.