Master Finish Celebrates 60 Years
Founded in 1959 by John Mulder, Master Finish began its work tumble finishing parts and added plating operations in the 1960s.
Master Finish in Grand Rapids, Michigan, celebrated its 60th anniversary with festivities at its facilities.
From left, Aaron, Dale and John Mulder.
Founded in 1959 by John Mulder, Master Finish began its work tumble finishing parts and added plating operations in the 1960s. Mulder’s son, Dale, took over operations and has been joined by his sons, John and Aaron.
Master Finish is a high-volume metal finisher serving OEM manufacturers with plating needs throughout the United States and Canada. They offer metal finishes that includes decorative chrome, copper, nickel and nickel-chrome. Visit masterfinishco.com.
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Choosing the best process for your operation.
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