About Us

KBK Stats
  • Founded in 1975
  • 75,000+ fiberglass tanks produced
  • 500+ customers across the U.S. and Canada
  • Complete manufacturing overhaul in Q4 2012
  • 100,000+ square feet of production space in Rush Center, Kansas
  • 30 acres
  • 2 production facilities
  • 1 distribution facility in Seminole, Oklahoma
  • 160 employees

In business since 1975, KBK Industries has established itself as the leading fiberglass tank manufacturer in North America. Customers use our above-ground storage and processing tanks to store produced oil, water and a variety of corrosive liquids in the following industries:

Oil & Natural Gas | Agriculture | Water | Municipal


More than 35 years of manufacturing experience — and 75,000+ tanks — have shaped our products into some of the market’s highest performing fiberglass tanks. We manufacture high-performance fiberglass tanks in a variety of sizes and configurations. All built to certified standards, to withstand some of the most corrosive materials and extreme environments on the planet.


KBK's 100,000-square-foot manufacturing facility spans across several buildings on 30 acres in Rush Center, Kansas — with a distribution center in Seminole, Oklahoma. Designed around lean manufacturing practices, the company’s newest production building was built in Q4 2012 to meet the demands of our growing customer base, and the changing needs of the industries we serve.

Customer Base

Located in the heart of the Midwest, KBK’s loyal customer base spans from Texas to Canada. You will find our tanks on sites in North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Illinois, and Arkansas, as well as southern Canada. KBK has served more than 500 customers across industries, including oil and natural gas exploration, independent drillers, farmers, co-ops, chemical companies, municipalities, water treatment facilities and SWD plants. We work directly with producers as well as distributors.

“For us, it’s the little things we do to ensure maximum performance. The extra mile. Our customers probably don’t even recognize them, but it’s just the way we do business.”