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Precision Engineering Talks of Benefits of In-House Powder Line

President of Uxbridge, Massachusetts shop extolls the benefits of having an in-house powder coating line in a story published in the Worcester Business Journal Online.
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Liora Stone, the president of Precision Engineering in Uxbridge, Massachusetts, extolls the benefits of having an in-house powder coating line in a story published in the Worcester Business Journal Online.

 

Stone said, "One of the big differentiators for us is lot of small- to medium-sized metal fabricators don't have in-house powder coating capabilities, which we do. It makes us more of a one-stop shop for our customers."

 

Read more of Stone interview, and how her company has survived because of its in-house coating line HERE

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