Simpson to Increase Connector Plate Production

Originally published by: Simpson Strong-TieOctober 23, 2017

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Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, announces that it has expanded production of its truss connector plates. This expansion is part of the company’s strategy to better serve its customers with increased efficiencies in product manufacturing and delivery.

The company has expanded production in its Stockton, Calif., McKinney, Texas, and Columbus, Ohio, manufacturing facilities, all strategically located to serve customers across the United States. “We know that component manufacturers value choice, quality and prompt delivery, and we are happy that we can accommodate the industry’s needs with increased production and efficiency,” said CEO Karen Colonias.

The company’s Integrated Component Systems product offering includes high-quality, code-listed truss connector plates and Simpson Strong-Tie Component Solutions™ software. Customers also receive comprehensive software training to help them get up and running quickly – minimizing the impact of a technology transition on their business – as well as personalized customer service wherever it’s needed, from the office and manufacturing plant to the jobsite and at any point in between.

Component manufacturers in light-frame construction can also leverage the full product line of Simpson Strong-Tie structural connectors and fastening solutions to meet their customers’ needs.

To learn more about the Integrated Component Systems product offering, visit Simpson Strong-Tie at BCMC, booth #703, or at

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