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12/19/2017

Top Shops: Certifications for Liquid-Powder Operations

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More than 15 percent of all liquid and powder coating shops have the ISO 9901 quality certification, the largest sector in the Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey.

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More than 15 percent of all liquid and powder coating shops have the ISO 9901 quality certification, the largest sector in the Products Finishing Top Shops Benchmarking Survey. Just under 6 percent of shops each have the AAMA 2603 and 2604 certification, and just under 5 percent have the PCI 3000/4000 certification. More than 21 percent of the liquid and powder coating shops have no certification. For information, please visit the Top Shops page HERE

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