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Ozinga Truck on NBC’s Chicago Fire

Did anyone else catch the Ozinga truck in the lastest episode of Chicago Fire? 

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Customers- Scurto- Rock Creek

We’re moving things along at our Rock Creek Terminal in Joliet. With the help of Scurto Cement, Rock Creek will become a cost-effective transload location for industrial, agriculture and construction goods.

Customers – Waterways

Heavy rains and rising rivers continue to be a headache for many in the Midwest. Here’s one way we’re stepping in to help customers during these times.

Community- Independence Day Parades

The Ozinga show truck was out and about in the community for Independence Day events.  

Community – Memorial Park, New Buffalo, MI

The Ozinga Foundation is proud to help out communities in different shapes and forms. New Buffalo Memorial Park is the most recent project we supported which encourages families to lead a more active lifestyle outdoors.  

Community- Future Firm

A concrete mixture made out of recycled gym shoes? Recently, we held a workshop with students from Future Firm on how to utilize Nike Grind into a concrete mix. Nike Grind materials are created from recycled athletic footwear to make sustainable products.

Coworkers – Brian Lowe

Brian Lowe has been with Ozinga for 24 years. His work as a driver coupled with his experience in the batching and quality control departments made him a perfect fit for his current sales position.

Cowokers – Joe Garcia

“I think It’s important not only in my out-of-work life but in my work-life career to be involved in anything that helps others around my community.” Joe Garcia, Assistant Safety and Environmental Manager, IN Division.

Customers – JA&M Hallandale Beach Pour

13 hours. 240 trucks. 500 tons of steel. This historic foundation pour at 2000 Ocean in Hallandale Beach Fl. was one of the city’s largest in a decade.

Proper Detectable Warning Mat Installation Keeps Your Neighborhood Safe

Detectable warning mats for Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Solutions are government-mandated tiles that alert visually impaired pedestrians of their proximity to street crossings or hazardous drop-offs. But in order for these tiles to be effective and keep pedestrians safe, they must be properly installed.

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