Company Overview of Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc.
Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc. manufactures and markets pre-stressed concrete railroad ties to freight and transit railroads in North America and internationally. It offers concrete slab tracks, concrete grade crossing panels, switch ties and turnouts, and standard concrete ties. The company was founded in 1987 and is based in Lakewood, Colorado with manufacturing plants in Pueblo, Colorado; Bear, Delaware; Amarillo, Texas; Portsmouth, Ohio; Fort Pierce, Florida; San Jose Iturbide, Mexico; Colombia; and Brazil. Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc. is a former subsidiary of Rocla Industries Pty Limited. As of January 4, 2017, Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc. operates as a subsidiary of Vossloh AG.
1819 Denver West Drive
Lakewood, CO 80401
Founded in 1987
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