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High-tech utility pole manufacturer to locate in Tallapoosa County

DADEVILLE, Alabama – Dadeville Pole Co. plans to construct a new facility to manufacture and distribute power poles at the William Thweatt Industrial Park in Tallapoosa County, providing the rural region with an economic boost, according to the Lake Martin Area Economic Development Alliance.

“We are extremely pleased that Dadeville Pole chose the Thweatt Park and we welcome them to Tallapoosa County,” County Commissioner Emma Jean Thweatt said.

Dadeville Pole, a subsidiary of Alabama-based Ziebach & Webb Timber Co., signed an agreement to acquire 23 acres in the Thweatt Industrial Park. Dadeville Pole will make a $5 million investment in the property with plans to construct a facility to produce power poles, pilings and related products for utility suppliers and other entities.

Dadeville Pole plans to utilize the latest technologies in the pole manufacturing industry, meeting high standards of safety, quality, efficiency, consistency and customer service.

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