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STOCKMEIER Urethanes USA donates vehicle to local Sheriff’s Department


Published 3-30-23

STOCKMEIER Urethanes USA in Clarksburg, West Virginia has donated their decommissioned Ford Taurus to the Upshur County Sheriff's Department.

With supply chain issues affecting law enforcement agencies across the U.S., causing delays on obtaining vehicles, Chief Deputy Mike Coffman told the group that the donation will be extremely helpful and will be used as a transport vehicle.

Upshur County Commissioner, Sam R. Nolte, also in attendance to the occasion at the Clarksburg site said, “The Upshur County Commission would like to thank STOCKMEIER Urethanes for their generous donation of the Taurus to the Upshur County Sheriff's Department. This will be a great addition to the fleet and very useful in the department's daily operations.”

Christian Martinkat, President & CEO at STOCKMEIER Urethanes USA, expressed, “It is the men and women at our local police departments that keep us all safe every day while risking their lives in the process. We are proud and humbled to have the opportunity to support them on this occasion.”

STOCKMEIER Urethanes USA donates vehicle to local Sheriff's Department - Christian Martinkat, Chief Deputy Michael J. Coffman and Upshur County Commissioner Sam R. NoltePictured Left to Right: Christian Martinkat, Chief Deputy Mike Coffman, and Sam R. Nolte, Upshur County Commissioner