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Microfinish Acquires Roc Industries in Belleville, Ill

Micofinish has more than 240,000 square feet of facilities in Saint Louis, and has more than 450 customers throughout the Midwest and around the U.S.
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Microfinish has won several Products Finishing Top Shops awards.

 

Microfinish Company of Saint Louis has acquired Roc Industries of Belleville, Illinois. Owner Bill Stock says this acquisition will give Microfinish expanded blasting and ball burnishing capabilities.

"It will  augment their customer base into markets previous not serviced by Microfinish," Stock says. "Microfinish presently does nickel/chrome and zinc plating in rack and barrel, powder coating, electrocoating, cleaning and glass bead capabilities."

Micofinish has more than 240,000 square feet of facilities in Saint Louis, and has more than 450 customers throughout the Midwest and around the U.S.

Stock says the company supplies coatings to five different automotive companies, as well as leaders in the heavy equipment, electrical, lawn care, appliance and communication industries.

For information, visit microfinishco.com.

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