SIFCO ASC Featured on FOX Business Network

“Manufacturing Marvels” segment on The Willis Report on FOX Business Network. The episode airs Friday, July 27 from 9:00-10:00pm EST.


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SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts is sharing their unique SIFCO plating process on national TV on the “Manufacturing Marvels” segment on The Willis Report on FOX Business Network. The episode airs Friday, July 27 from 9:00-10:00pm EST.
The segment will include an inside look at the SIFCO ASC headquarters in Cleveland, Ohio. Detailed electroplating scenes showing The SIFCO Process are highlighted throughout the video.
There is an inside view of the chemical manufacturing area, where SIFCO ASC manufactures critical plating deposits. Additionally, the audience will see the dedicated team of individuals who work diligently to provide excellent customer service and quality products.
“This is a great opportunity for SIFCO ASC to introduce selective electroplating to the industry and further show the world our capabilities, ” says Rick Wilson, Director of Sales at SIFCO ASC
SIFCO Applied Surface Concepts technologies and services have been utilized for over 50 years on both OEM components and on parts requiring refurbishment. SIFCO ASC offers selective plating products and job-shop plating services on-site and at all of their locations worldwide. For more information, visit sifcoasc.com, email info@sifcoasc.com or call Technical Support at (216) 524-0099.


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