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Elyria Plating as a certified Columbia Approved Resource (C.A.R.) applicator
The re-approval was conducted by lab chemist Shauna Butauski, as she becomes another member of the Columbia Chemical global automotive approval team.
Columbia Chemical Adds Kissig, Del Guidice
Lab chemist Kissig most recently served as a research technologist at the Cleveland Clinic. Del Guidice brings five years of retail and business-to-business marketing.
Stephen Leonetti Joins IMC
A Certified Electro-Finisher, Leonetti most recently was an industry manager with Enthone Inc., coordinating OEM, applicator, and supplier activities to multiple industry segments.
Surface Technology North America 2016: Inaugural Trade Show To Showcase The Entire Spectrum Of Surface Treatments And Coatings
Inaugural Surface Technology North America 2016, one of five industrial technology events co-located at IMTS from September 12–17 at McCormick Place in Chicago, will cover the entire spectrum of surface treatments and coatings.
Plateco Earns Columbia Chemical's CAR Certification
Electroplater in Reedsburg, Wisconsin, recently earned certification as a Columbia Approved Resource applicator; this certification was attained through a stringent quality control audit, conducted in collaboration with Columbia Chemical.
Alpha Metal Finishing Names Jennifer Marks as Office Manager
Marks comes with a wealth of experience in business management and customer service, and has served successfully as quality inspector for the past eight months at Alpha Metal Finishing.
California Regulators Approve Hunter Fume Suppressant
Formulations HCA-8.1 and HCA-8.2 are in widespread use across the U.S., as the industry has transitioned away from PFOS-based compounds over the past couple of years.
TOP SHOPS: Professional Plating
Established in 1979 by Bob and Pat Endries, founders of Endries International, who were looking for a dependable source of plating for the fasteners supplied to their customers.
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.
Kushner School Updates Labeling/Safety Data Sheet Training Courses to Comply with OSHA Revisions
The update will comply with the revised OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, which affects employee training beginning this year.