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Published: 8/1/2018

Do I Have a Finishing Story for You
Non-disclosure agreements keep many ingenious projects under wrap, but a Brooklyn plating shop has a heck of a tale to tell about a huge job it pulled off.

Published: 8/1/2018

A Conversation with Cheryl Clark, NASF Director of Events
The National Association for Surface Finishing’s Sur/Fin conference saw record crowds this past June, and much of the credit goes to the person the NASF has to put on the event, Cheryl Clark.

Published: 7/1/2018

40-Under-40 Honorees Demonstrate the Stories of Us
The recipients have been shaped by where they come from, and by what they have overcome.

Published: 7/1/2018

A Conversation with Michael Bagwell
Bagwell is a manufacturing design engineer for Apple and one of Products Finishing’s 40-Under-40 for 2018.

Published: 6/1/2018

Going Mobile in the Finishing World
Some think the future of automobiles is decreased demand. I recently sat through one presentation that was memorable for the revelation about which hardly anyone in the finishing industry is talking about.

Published: 8/1/2017

Remembering a Finisher’s Son
Metal finisher Fred Warmbier lost his son Otto to the brutal North Korean government after he was charged with a dubious crime and sentenced to hard labor.

Published: 8/1/2017

Gardner Business Index: June 2017 — 55.0
Finishing Business Index holds near its five-year high.

Published: 8/1/2017

Top Sales Trait Might Not Be What You Think
The essential qualities for success fall short without follow-through. 

Published: 8/1/2017

A Conversation with Clay Spencer, Simmons Plating and Grinding
L. Clay Spencer IV always planned to join his family’s business, Simmons Plating and Grinding in New Orleans, but after graduating from Tulane with an engineering degree, he served in Iraq as a Marine Corps officer before joining Simmons in 20...

Published: 7/2/2017

Born Leaders
Several honorees in this year’s Products Finishing 40-Under-40 class have come up through the ranks of family-owned companies, where they spent several summers toiling in their parent’s shop and are now on the threshold of becoming CEO o...