Wescorp Launches New, Solutions-Focused Website

Wescorp has launched a new website, which it says features a solution-oriented design that shall connect manufacturers with high-performance solutions.


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Wescorp (White Engineering Surfaces Corporation) has unveiled its newly launched website at www.Wescorp.us. The company says this new website features an intuitive, solution-based design and is innovative and responsive in connecting manufacturers with solutions for high-performance components. 

"Our new website reflects our strategic corporate expansion through a new branding, logo, corporate identity and tagline: 'Mission-Grade Coatings,'” says Colby Nyland-Elliott, Wescorp’s vice president. “We've worked in partnership with our trusted creative agency partner, the Borenstein Group, to usher in a new brand that reflects who we are as a trusted leader in the thermal coatings industry."

Wescorp is a proud American-made, third-generation, woman-owned and -operated family business. It offers industrial customers a single-source solution with precision machining, precision finishing and thermal spray coating (HVOF, plasma and wire arc) capabilities all under one roof in their 40,000 ft.2 building. A comprehensive single source solution enables Wescorp to bring what the company says is complete quality control and efficiency to any product line.


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