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Dayton Mayor Visits Hohman Plating

Mayor Nan Whaley tours shop, meet with 50-year employee Delmas Stephens.
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Dayton, Ohio, Mayor Nan Whaley visited Hohman Plating and Manufacturing in January to tour the facility and to hear about the company's plans to grow in 2016 and beyond.

 

The mayor took a few minutes to talk with Delmas Stephens, who is celebrating 50 years with Hohman this year. The company says that Delmas has coated jet engine parts, defense parts, turbine gears, aircraft fasteners, automotive brake fluid covers, refrigerator parts, medical bed parts, boat horn hardware, Harley-Davidson parts, Delta faucet parts, Tiffany lamps and WWF Championship Belts. 

 

On the automotive side, Delmas has plated wire wheels, headlamps reflectors, window frames, bumpers, grills, exhaust manifolds and so on.

 

For more information, visit hohmanplating.com

 

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