ROCLA

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ROCLARochester Committee on Latin America (New York)
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The Rocla Solution's site modules are modern and well equipped and they fully complement our rental module offering.
Altus acquired Rocla in May 2013 and subsequently partnered with management to accelerate the company's growth by funding two add-on acquisitions, two new facilities and plant expansion.
In Strickland v Rocla Concrete Pipes Ltd ('Concrete Pipes Case') (65) and subsequent cases this was left unresolved by the High Court.
See similarly, Strickland v Rocla Concrete Pipes Ltd (1971) 124 CLR 468 at 485; Commonwealth v Tasmania (1983) 158 CLR 1 at 280-1 ...; New South Wales v Commonwealth (1990) 169 CLR 482 at 507 ..."
The Centre for Sustainable Resource Processing is an industry driven CRC with the participation of Alcoa, Newmont, Rio Tinto, WMC, Xstrata, OneSteel, Rocla Industries, Hatch, Kwinana Industries Council, Minerals Council of Australia, NSW Minerals Council, Orica, URS and the Gladstone Area Industry Network.
Upon exiting they were automatically palletized and transported to an in-house coldstore by means of a driverless Rocla Robotruck.
- Rocla Develops New AGV Solution for Warehousing Operations
Altus Capital Partners, Inc., an investment firm focused on the North American manufacturing sector, was awarded Buyouts Magazine's 2018 Small Market Deal of the Year for the acquisition and subsequent sale of Rocla Concrete Tie, Inc., the producer of pre-stressed concrete rail ties in North America for Class I railroads, commuter passenger operations, transit authorities and industrial operations, the company said.
The company will invest upward of $10 million on the project, including construction of the plant, to be located near the Vestas wind turbine towers and Rocla concrete rail tie factories at the newer industrial park in south Pueblo.
Vossloh AG of Werdohl, Germany, has closed on Denver-based Rocla Concrete Tie Inc., the leader in prestressed concrete railroad and turnout ties for Class I, commuter passenger, transit authority and industrial lines.