Since 1959, Allied Tube & Conduit® has been reshaping the pipe and tube industry.

Allied Tube & Conduit® is a leading brand for EMT, IMC, and Rigid conduits made of steel, PVC, and Aluminum. We have products and engineered solutions to meet every application challenge and are continually evolving to serve you better.

The company began with a small 24,000 square foot facility, an innovative idea to galvanize EMT conduit while still “inline”, one tube mill, and 10 employees.  Engineers from Europe came to witness our inline process.  The tubing industry was changed forever and Allied Tube & Conduit® was positioned for growth and expansion.

Today, Allied Tube & Conduit® is stronger than ever and is now a part of Atkore which has a global manufacturing footprint with service to customers all over the globe.  From construction to manufacturing our products are in the center of it all. Whether they’re part of a building as electrical raceways, sprinkler pipes, structural tube and perimeter security or being used by OEM to make their product, just check the specs.  We are there!  Beyond that, we strive to be core to each customer’s business as well, understanding what they value and need, providing essential solutions that improve their day-to-day operations.

Allied Tube & Conduit® embodies the same entrepreneurial spirit and innovation that shaped the company back in 1959. We are positioned for continued growth, expansion and innovation, which means our best days – and products – are yet to come.

1959 – Allied Tube & Conduit is incorporated in Blue Island, IL. We introduced Flo-Coat the first “in-line” tube galvanization process

1960 – We begin with 10 employees and one tube mill

1965 – Our ranks swell to 100 employees. We relocated to a 110,000 Sq. Ft. facility in Harvey, IL

1974 – We pioneered IMC, the first light-weight alternative to rigid conduit

1983 – We formed a holding company, Atcor Inc., and go public

1985 – Our channel framing line grew with the purchase of Power-Strut. We launched Kwik-Couple, a time-saving conduit coupling product

1987 – Atcor is acquired by Tyco Laboratories, Inc. (later Tyco International)

1995 – We acquired Unistrut (US division), expanding our metal framing line

1996 – We acquired TJ Cope, a manufacturer of cable tray systems, now known as Cope

1997 – Our fire protection and construction lines grew with the purchase of American Pipe & Tube

1998 – Our Special Metal Processing Facility opened with on-site clean and pickle coil processing

1999 – We acquired AFC Cable Systems and entered the Canadian market with the acquisition of Columbia-MBF

2003 – We formed Tyco Dinaco and expanded into South America

2009 – We celebrate 50 years and add 500,000 Sq. Ft. to our Harvey, IL facility

2010 – Atkore starts the year as a standalone and parent company of Allied Tube & Conduit and other electrical and supporting brands