Specialty Piping Products, now known as Allied Chrome, is acquired by Warren Alloy's parent company.

The Allied Group (Houston, TX) acquired Specialty Piping Products (St. Charles, IL). Now known as Allied Chrome, the company joins Allied Fitting, Warren Alloy Valve and Fitting, Tectubi Raccordi S.p.A., and TRILAD Fittings and Flanges as part of the Allied Group of Companies.

Allied Chrome will be run by Specialty Piping Product’s President, Bob Qualey. "With the formation of Allied Chrome, our customers can benefit from 20-plus years of Chrome-Moly experience along with the strength and support the Allied Group brings to our organization,” Qualey said in a statement.

Allied Chrome, which currently occupies a 12,000-sq.-ft. facility but plans to expand, distributes Chrome-Moly Butt-weld and Forged Fittings and Flanges used in critical piping applications for power and process industries. Allied Chrome offers materials in the following classes: WP-11, WP-22, WP-91, WP-5, and WP-9; F-11, F-22, F-91, F-5, and F-9.

“With the addition of Warren Alloy and now Allied Chrome to our team, customers will experience great service and have easy access to our extensive product line,” CEO Marc Herzstein said in a statement.

The Allied Group describes itself as a Worldwide Master Manufacturer of carbon steel fittings and flanges used in nuclear installations, thermal power plants, oil and gas production facilities, oil and gas pipelines, and the refining industry. The company is qualified for class 1 nuclear sector production.

For more information, visit www.allied-group.com

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