Clow Valve Announcement

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Clow Valve Announcement

The C.I. Thornburg Co., Inc. is excited to announce Clow Valve as our partner for valve and hydrants in all of our markets of West Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and SE Ohio. Clow Valve represents the flagship product of the McWane Valve and Hydrant Group. Clow Valve is proud to manufacture all of its goods in the USA and be a completely domestic manufacture. Clow is committed to the highest quality of products and exemplary customer service. With our partnership with Clow Valve, The C.I. Thornburg Co., Inc. will be able to provide high quality products with better customer service in all our locations.

The C.I. Thornburg Co., Inc.’s sales team will be having a sales blitz in all our territories to showcase Clow’s high quality products. This blitz will also give our customers time to meet with the Clow Valve sales and customer service teams.

Clow Valve Company is a manufacturer of waterworks valves and fire hydrants located in Oskaloosa, Iowa and Corona, CA. Clow Valve Company’s roots date back to 1878. Then known as James B. Clow & Sons, the company was a jobber of wrought iron pipe and other foundry products. In 1890, Clow added fire hydrants and waterworks valves to its line by becoming a distributor for the Eddy Valve Company of Waterford, N.Y.

In 1985, McWane, Inc. purchased all of Clow Corporation’s stock, and Clow became a wholly owned subsidiary. In 1996, the Waterworks Division of Long Beach Iron Works was acquired by Clow, adding to the extensive fire hydrant line.

Today, Clow Valve Company operates at two locations: Oskaloosa, Iowa, and Corona, Calif. The Oskaloosa plants include iron and brass foundries, a machine shop, assembly, finished goods warehousing, shipping and administrative offices. The Corona plant manufactures and assembles wet barrel fire hydrants and maintains inventories of other Clow products. We are proud to continue our history of offering manufactured products that comply with “Made in the USA” requirements.

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