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Hatched in Europe, REACH Regulations Impact U.S. Auto Manufacturers
U.S. auto makers are not obligated to comply with REACH, but a gradual or phased-in global solution is a practical approach.
News Item Published: 8/25/2015
Enthone's Trilyte Flash CL Approved by General Motors
The process significantly reduces the potential for high current density burning and “white wash” effects.
News Item Published: 8/4/2015
Enthone Publishes Hard Chrome Customer Case Study
A study detailing how a leading European metal finishing company expanded production capacity by 35 percent.
News Item Published: 6/4/2015
Metal Finisher Reaches Agreement with Air Board
Hixson Metal Finishing and SCAQMD reached an agreement over air emissions at the Newport Beach, California, finishing plant.
News Item Published: 6/1/2014
Sam Huffman passes; Was Founder of CAPSCO, Carolina Plating and Stamping Co.
Formerly Carolina Plating and Stamping Co., Huffman was a longtime member of AESF, NAMF and NASF.
News Item Published: 3/17/2014
SRG Global Inc. Names Jose Miguel Ivorra VP, Commercial and Program Management
Ivorra will develop new business opportunities across all regions of the organization.
News Item Published: 3/10/2014
Enthone Conducts Hard Chrome Technical Training
A Plating Academy technical training session provided insight on hard chrome plating mechanisms and best practices.
News Item Published: 12/11/2013
Enthone Conducts Decorative Chrome Technical Training for Volkswagen
Enthone (West Haven, Conn.) recently conducted two Plating Academy technical training sessions on decorative chrome plating at the request of Volkswagen and Volkswagen de México.
News Item Published: 10/11/2013
Nominating Committee Seeks Industry Input on NASF Board
The NASF Nominating Committee is in the process of identifying candidates for the NASF Board of Directors elections to be held in November 2013. Committee is charged with identifying candidates that represent the broad membership of the NASF.
News Item Published: 8/9/2013
EPA issues final rule for disposal of industrial wipes
Rule states that industrial wipes contaminated with solvents that are listed hazardous waste or that may exhibit one or more characteristics of hazardous waste may be conditionally excluded from regulation as a hazardous waste
News Item Published: 8/9/2013

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