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Pioneer Metal Finishing Acquires Utah's Pilkington Metal Finishing

Headquartered in Wisconsin, Pioneer operates eight facilities across the U.S. and Mexico, employing more than 1,000.
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Wisconsin’s Pioneer Metal Finishing has acquired Pilkington Metal Finishing in Salt Lake City, Utah.

shop floor at Pilkington

Pilkington Metal Finishing has a 100,000-square-foot facility in Utah.

Headquartered in Green Bay, Pioneer operates eight facilities across the United States and Mexico, employing more than 1,000 people.

“We are very excited about the Pilkington family joining the Pioneer family,” says Kevin Stevick, CEO of Pioneer. “Pilkington has a fantastic business with a strong, dedicated customer base and a group of highly talented people that align with Pioneer's values and culture.”

Pilkington serves several industries, including aerospace and defense, medical devices, general industrial, consumer goods and more. It offers anodizing, powder coating, wet coating, nondestructive testing and heat-treating services.

“We feel right at home with the Pioneer team who really understand the metal finishing business,” owners Van and David Pilkington say in a statement. “It's a great cultural fit because we share the same commitment to our customers, our employees and to best industry standards.”

Pioneer Metal Finishing is owned by Aterian Investment Partners. Visit pioneermetal.com.

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