Qualicoat Grants First U.S. License to Trojan Powder Coating

Trojan has grown year after year to become one of the largest powder coating facilities on the east coast.
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Trojan Powder Coating said their latest industry certification is from Qualicoat, making them the first United States-based company to receive its Qualicoat license.


This designation marks a milestone for Carl Troiano, owner and President of Trojan Powder Coating; one that he’s been working towards for many years. 


“Qualicoat is known throughout the world as the standard-bearer for quality and excellence in aluminum coating,” says Troiano. “To be recognized by them and to meet their high level of requirements is a very proud moment for us.”


Founded nearly 30 years ago in Europe, Qualicoat was formed not only to standardize the aluminum coating industry, but to also raise the bar on quality assurance throughout the entire coating process, from transportation and installation, to cleaning and finishing.


Since its inception in 1990, Trojan Powder Coating has exponentially grown year after year to become one of the largest powder coating facilities on the east coast. With factories in New York and Florida, they’re able to accommodate a wide range of projects while guaranteeing premium, innovative and environmentally-friendly services.


Receiving this license is one in a series of exciting developments for the Trojan brand, including an upcoming factory location to open in Pompano Beach, Florida, and being awarded the 2014 Distinguished Member Award by AAMA.



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