History

40 Years of Tube Manufacturing Knowledge

  • Indiana Tube’s first tube mill under construction.

  • Indiana Tube’s first tube mill in production running .250” tubing.

  • Indiana Tube completes expansion of new fabrication, shipping and office areas

  • Indiana Tube becomes sole supplier of serpentines to Evansville Whirlpool division

  • Indiana Tube purchased by Handy & Harman

  • Indiana Tube develops and installs the first of 5 flying cut lines to supply auto benders

  • Indiana Tube completes third building expansion for the installation of Mill 3.

  • Indiana Tube completes warehouse and fabrication building expansions.

  • Indiana Tube completes installation of Mill 4 with improved capabilities of line speed and coiling operations.

  • Indiana Tube Mill 5 installation complete

  • Indiana Tube Opens Ft. Smith Arkansas facility.

  • Indiana Tube completes installation of Mill 6 and expansion of supporting fabrication equipment.

  • Indiana Tube completes relocation of Mill 1 shipped to the new Kolding, Denmark facility further expanding global sales and service.

  • Indiana Tube launches production of 5/32” and heavy wall 5/8” coiled tubing.

  • Indiana Tube completes the first of five auto loader systems for fabrication

  • Indiana Tube expands cutting capacity with Haven cutter work center.

  • Indiana Tube completes installation of Mill 7 and auto cut off

  • Indiana Tube develops Nickel Coated tube process for Automotive applications.

  • Indiana Tube opens manufacturing operation in Ramos Arizpe, Mexico

  • Indiana Tube is in full production on the new Auto Saw work center

  • Indiana Tube completes building improvements. Current state view of building expansions

  • Indiana Tube produces CT spooled tube for hang off and well service applications.

  • Indiana Tube completes installation of Mill 9 to support Oil & Gas CT sales.

  • Indiana Tube in full production on Mill 10 and completes installation of a new high speed cut off saw.

  • Indiana Tube extends capabilities for work string applications producing diameters up to 1.5”

Indiana Tube Corporation (ITC) began manufacturing low carbon mechanical grade welded steel tubing in 1974.  Over the 40 years of service ITC has expanded capabilities and product offe