Brookings, OR, USA
When the catastrophic tsunami hit Japan in March of 2011, the effects were felt as far away as Southern Oregon. The Port of Brookings Harbor sustained major damage, with the tsunami destroying 70% of the port’s commercial basin.
For the reconstruction of the Port, Portland Bolt manufactured over 2,000 galvanized rods in various lengths, which were used to hold together the floating docks. We also provided several pallets of hex bolts, all thread rod, nuts and washers.
Portland Bolt’s roll threading and in-house galvanizing capabilities help make us an extremely efficient and high-quality supplier for marine projects.