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8/9/2016

Elyria Plating as a certified Columbia Approved Resource (C.A.R.) applicator

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The re-approval was conducted by lab chemist Shauna Butauski, as she becomes another member of the Columbia Chemical global automotive approval team.

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Columbia Chemical has recognized Elyria Plating as a certified Columbia Approved Resource (C.A.R.) applicator.  The re-approval was conducted by lab chemist Shauna Butauski, as she becomes another member of the Columbia Chemical global automotive approval team.

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