Arlington Plating Completes Major Expansion

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The addition of a 35,000-square-foot facility substantially grows the company’s campus to over 90,000 square feet.



Arlington Plating Company has completed a major expansion at its Palatine, Illinois, headquarters that resulted in enhanced operations and production capabilities.

The addition of a 35,000-square-foot facility substantially grows the company’s campus to over 90,000 square feet. The expansion enables increased production capacity, as well as new warehouse and shipping space. Corporate, sales and support staffs have been relocated to the new addition.

The expansion coincides with the recent opening of the company’s aluminum anodizing line and is essential to meeting customers’ current and emerging surface finishing requirements.

“2017 is proving to be an exciting year of growth at APC," says Richard Macary, president of Arlington Plating Company. "The multi-million dollar investment made to our facilities tangibly demonstrates our commitment to advancing new products and services for our customers.”

Arlington Plating Company provides surface finishing and anodizing services to the automotive, motorcycle, electronics and consumer products industry. For information, visit arlingtonplating.com.


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