Northwest Pipe (NWPX) gains 3.41% for September 24th

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Northwest Pipe Co. (NASDAQ: NWPX) shares rose 3.41%, or $ 0.8 per share, to close at $ 24.23 Friday. After opening the day at $ 23.30, Northwest Pipe’s shares moved between $ 24.50 and $ 23.30. 49,244 shares traded compared to their 30-day average of 48,833. Friday’s activity brought Northwest Pipe’s market cap to $ 239,163,838.

Northwest Pipe is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington.

About Northwest Pipe Co.

Founded in 1966, Northwest Pipe Company is a leading manufacturer of water-related infrastructure products. The company is not only the largest manufacturer of steel water pipe systems in North America, but also produces high-quality prefabricated and reinforced concrete products, Permalok® steel jacket pipes, rod-jacketed concrete cylinder pipes as well as linings, coatings, connections, and one of the largest ranges of fittings and special components. Northwest Pipe Company provides solution-based products for a variety of markets including water transportation and infrastructure, plumbing for water and sewer systems, structural stormwater and sewer systems, trenchless technology, and pipe rehabilitation. Strategically positioned to meet growing water and wastewater infrastructure needs, the company is headquartered in Vancouver, Washington, and has manufacturing facilities across North America.

Visit Northwest Pipe Co.’s profile for more information.

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