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Automatic Coating Limited Celebrates 50 Years

Scarborough, Ontario, applicator of liquid and powders coating in North America is celebrating half century in the corrosion coating industry.
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Automatic Coating Limited in Scarborough, Ontario, an applicator of liquid and powders coating in North America, is celebrating 50 years in the corrosion coating industry.

 

Automatic coating is a family business that was founded by Harold Bamford, and has lead the way by developing and investing in state-of-the-art equipment and holds patent and patent-pending technology in the application of coatings to increase life cycle and reduce maintenance cost. ACL operates in naval, pipeline, aerospace and manufacturing industries.  

 

Through ACL Pipe Line Services, Automatic Coating offers a complete range of managed services, including shop applied pipe coating, field coating services and pipe viper automated system for pipe rehabilitation, the world's first environmentally friendly automated coating system. 

 

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank our team for their hard work and dedication and our customers for the great partnerships we have developed over the years. They are what make our company great,” says Brad Bamford, President of Automatic coating. “We will continue to lead the way in innovation to ensure our customers and employees and the Canadian economy continue to thrive.”

 

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