PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Yesterday, Koppers announced that it has “agreed to an amendment of its contract with one of its Class I railroad customers.”
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Koppers releases its 2022 Corporate Sustainability Report, outlining its sustainable products and strategies for its employees.
Koppers Holdings Inc. has presented its annual Zero Harm President’s Award to its Ashcroft, British Columbia, facility in recognition of its safety, environmental responsibility, and innovation performance.
Koppers announced that it is acquiring Gross & Janes Co., and the transaction is scheduled to close within the next 30 days.
Koppers Recovery Resources LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Koppers Holdings Inc. and an integrated global provider of treated wood products, wood treatment chemicals, and carbon compounds, announced it has entered into a new five-year, $50 million agreement with a Class 1 railroad customer to collect and manage end-of-life railroad crossties and other materials.
Koppers announced John McDonald has joined the company as the new Director of Class 1 Sales for Koppers Railroad Products and Services (RPS) segment.
Koppers recently presented the annual Zero Harm President’s Award to its Muncy facility in Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, in recognition of its best-in-company performance as measured in safety, environmental responsibility, and innovation.
Koppers Holdings Inc., announced two new leadership appointments to support the company’s long-term strategy to grow shareholder value detailed at its Investor Day event held in September 2021.
Miller Ingenuity was selected to supply their patent pending ZoneGuard yard protection system for use at Koppers Somerville, Texas plant.
Koppers Inc. has appointed Travis Gross to serve as the manufacturer’s vice president, Railroad Products and Services (RPS). The appointment went into effect April 1, 2019.
A member of the U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure toured a railroad-tie plant in Illinois and reiterated her support for legislation sought by the railroad industry.
David Hillenbrand has resigned from Koppers Holdings Inc. as chairman of the Board, effective Oct. 11, 2018.
Thomas D. Loadman, senior vice president, Railroad Products and Services (RPS) at Koppers Holdings Inc., will retire Dec. 31, 2018, following 39 years at the company.
Koppers Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koppers Holdings Inc., and Norfolk Southern have agreed to extend Koppers existing contract with the Class 1 through 2021.
Koppers Inc. has signed long-term contracts with Norfolk Southern (three years) and Union Pacific (five years) for bonded rail joint assemblies.
Representatives from the offices of Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Tim Scott (R-SC) joined representatives from GoRail and the Railway Engineering-Maintenance Suppliers Association (REMSA) on April 5 to tour Koppers’ rail tie manufacturing facility in Florence, S.C.
Koppers Inc. has acquired the creosote distribution business of KMG Chemicals, Inc., for $12.5 million plus the fair market value of inventory, which is estimated at $3 million. In addition to inventory, the acquisition includes the transfer of leased railcars and storage tanks from KMG to Koppers, as well as various customer agreements. Operating results from this business will be included in Koppers Carbon Materials and Chemicals business segment.
Koppers Holdings Inc. appointed Leroy Ball to president and chief executive officer, effective January 1, 2015, as part of its long-term strategic planning process.
Koppers Inc., has completed its acquisition of the wood preservation and railroad services businesses of Osmose Holdings, Inc.