Tri-Mer and Gary Kriesch and Associates Sign Working Agreement

Agreement to benefit anodizers and metal finishers.


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Tri-Mer Corporation, a manufacturer of advanced air pollution control systems and auxiliary equipment,  and Gary Kriesch and Associates, a specialist in the design and manufacture of anodizing systems, have established a joint working agreement, according to Tri-Mer CEO John Pardell.

The agreement integrates resources from both companies, according to Pardell. Tri-Mer and Kriesch and Associates will share engineering and production-related assets to serve customers who have requirements for new finishing lines, line upgrades, line extensions or line relocations.

Gary Kriesch and Associates has 35 years of experience in the design and development of Type I, II and III anodize and other metal finishing systems for OEMs and contract finishers throughout the Americas and Eurasia.

Tri-Mer Corporation has 40-plus years of experience as a manufacturer of air pollution control systems for anodizing and other metal finishing operations, experience that includes the turnkey design and manufacture of complete lines, tanks, ventilation, duct systems and workstations. It is said the company is capable of pre-assembling systems at its 300,000-square-foot manufacturing campus in Owosso, Michigan.







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