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America's top powder coating suppliers

Posted by IndustryNet on Tuesday, May 23, 2017

100000024_Powder_Coatings_ChipsYesterday, we brought you a report on growth in the U.S. powder coating industry, citing a 5.4% increase in employment. This is no wonder given how essential powder coating finishes are to the manufacture of appliances and equipment. A powder coating is superior to other finishes like paint because it provides a thicker, more durable coat, doesn't sag after application and has a wide range of specialty effects that are not available with other finish options. Matching the coating to the color of the project provides a polished, professional appearance.

Today, we're taking a closer look at some of top industrial suppliers in the sector. America boasts over 970 powder coating suppliers. In terms of numbers of employees, these companies are at the top of the list.

Protective Coatings, Inc.
This Kent, WA company provides work for 325 employees and focuses on the aerospace and automotive industries, among others.

Axalta Coating Systems, LLC
In Houston, TX, Axalta employs 280 workers and offers Nap-Gard and Herberts O'Brien brands.

Powder Cote II, Inc.
This Mount Clemens, MI corporation has 250 employees who focus on powder and electrocoating for numerous industries.

PPG Industries, Inc.
In Strongsville, OH, this ambitious company with its 250 employees seeks to be the world's leading coatings company.

Hartford Finishing, Inc.
This "One-Stop" Powder Coating Job Shop employs 249 workers and is one of the largest powder coaters in the Midwest.

TMCO, Inc.
The Total Manufacturing Company has 200 workers in Lincoln, NE, and provides concept-to-completion metal manufacturing services.

Henzen Coatings, Inc.
This Milwaukee, WI company employs 198 people to provide an engineered coating for every industry.

Almond Products, Inc.
The 185 employees of this Spring Lake, MI company pride themselves on their cutting edge technology.

T. C. I., Inc.
In Georgia, T.C.I. is home to 175 workers, who provide coating and laminating services for roll-based goods.

AkzoNobel Coatings, Inc.  
This Reading, PA company offers a wide variety of powder coating colors and employs 150 workers.
Because output volume also matters, these service providers boast the most manufacturing floor square footage:

Hartford Finishing, Inc.
This Hartford, WI manufacturer also utilizes 300,000 square feet for powder coating, wet painting and assembly services.

Protech Powder
In Cleveland, OH, these coatings and screen printing professionals accomplish their work in a quarter million square foot facility.

A&A Global Industries, Inc.
In Cockeysville, MD fills all of 225,000 square feet to produce its high-quality powder coating finishes.

SFI of Arkansas, LLC
In Conway, AR, this full-service manufacturer dedicates 175,000 square feet just for finishing, including powder coating.

Axalta Coating Systems, LLC
This Texas company utilizes 170,000 square feet for finishings, including both powder and liquid options.

Wire Weld, Inc.
In North East, PA, this company uses 150,000 square feet to powder coat its welded wire shelving systems.

Wall Colmonoy
In Madison Heights, MI, this company dedicates more than 140,000 square feet to finishing the alloys and precision components for which the company is famous.

Rainbow Powder Coating, Inc.
This Southgate, CA, business features 134,400 square feet of powder coated finishing space.

This is just a sampling of some of America's top powder coating suppliers. IndustryNet allows you to explore all U.S. industrial companies in the powder coating sector and beyond, and allows you to save supplier searches, request a quote, create lists of prospective suppliers, attach private notes and more.

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