Monthly Archives: July 2019

Meet the Newest Member of our Team: Jamie Laird

We’re excited to welcome Jamie Laird to the Induron team! Jamie manages the Oregon and Pacific Northwest region. Before coming to Induron, Jamie was the Industrial Market Manager for Rodda/Cloverdale Paints. Prior to that role, he spent 15 years at Sherwin Williams in various sales and technical service roles in the protective and marine coatings division. Continue reading Meet the Newest Member of our Team: Jamie Laird

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50 Years with Induron: Building Induron Coatings

By: David Hood, Induron CEO

In case you missed it, check out part one of this blog series, 50 Years with Induron: Changing Roles at Indurall. 

When beginning Induron Coatings, our goal was to find the right niche. The markets that seemed to be “not too big and not too small” were the ductile iron sewer pipe and water tank market. We experienced success in both markets. By concentrating on them technically and through sales and marketing efforts, we aimed to become experts and offer more value to our customers. Of course, it was not easy, but we have persevered and become more successful than imagined. Continue reading 50 Years with Induron: Building Induron Coatings

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50 Years with Induron: Changing Roles at Indurall

By: David Hood, Induron CEO

June 21st marked the 50th anniversary of my full-time employment with Induron. In June of 1969, I moved from Atlanta with my late wife, Brenda, who at the time was pregnant with our son, Davies. We bought our first house in Crestline, and I started what turned out to be a permanent career as a paint maker. Continue reading 50 Years with Induron: Changing Roles at Indurall

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Project Spotlight: Levee Repair in Lafayette

By: Nick Jones, Induron Sales Representative

In August of 2005, Louisiana suffered through more than 50 failures of its levees and flood walls following the passage of Hurricane Katrina and landfall in Mississippi. A levee is a natural or artificial wall that prevents water from flowing into certain areas. Levees are often used to increase available land for habitation, divert a body of water so the fertile soil of a river or seabed may be used for agriculture or prevent rivers from flooding cities in a storm surge. Continue reading Project Spotlight: Levee Repair in Lafayette

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