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Aluminum Finishing

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Sacramento, CA
Stainless steel & aluminum metal finishing for industrial & commercial applications
 
Struthers, OH
Aluminum extrusions, painting, thermal filling & fabrication
 
South Elgin, IL
Aluminum Extrusions, Fabrication, Liquid & Powder Painting, Anodizing, Bending, Welding, Assembly, Inventory Management * ISO 9001:2015, ISO 45001:2018 Certified
 
Oakland, CA
Mechanical surface finishing & coating, including tumble & vibratory deburring, ball burnishing & casting impregnation
 
Bay Shore, NY
Metal Refinishing
 
Muskegon, MI
Coil anodized aluminum
 
Milwaukee, WI
Industrial Electroplating Since 1943. Silver, Tin, Copper, Nickel & Chrome Plating. ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
Sullivan, MO
Ext. 101, Precision zinc & aluminum castings, ISO 9001:2015 Registered, 4 slide & conventional, machines capabilities 1g to 5lbs., up to 700 tons clamping
 
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Hayes, VA
 
Wausau, WI
 
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List of verified suppliers of stainless steel & aluminum metal finishing for industrial & commercial applications, painting, extruded aluminum, welding & bending, tumble & vibratory deburring, metal powder coating, anodizing, leveling, cut-to-length & slitting, nickel, zinc, environmentally compliant finishes, aluminum & zinc die casting in alloys A380, A360, Z3, vertical CNC machining, lead screw tapping, glass bead blasting, e-coating & light assembly, plating, aluminum anodizing & PVDF high-performance architectural & baked enamel coatings of curtain walls, skylights, storefronts, sunshades & light shelves.

While historically companies have used imported aluminum to improve their bottom lines, with the implementation of tariffs on both the raw metal and fabricated products, manufacturers are exploring other strategies. Some, such as Coca-Cola and Genuine Parts, are expecting to pass their cost increases onto consumers. Others, like Illinois Tool Works, are pursuing local sourcing. The advantages of domestic suppliers With shorter distances involved when using domestic suppliers, the resultant costs of logistical problems regarding weather conditions and geopolitical obstacles can be reduced or eliminated. Transportation expenditures also are lower and fewer warehousing facilities may be required. Buying domestically can also result in increased goodwill from consumers. Many customers...(Full Article)
The oldest aluminum companies in the U.S.
Wednesday, September 12, 2018
Since 1855, aluminum companies have operated in the United States. As the country's economy has grown, the aluminum industry has grown with it. According to data compiled by IndustryNet, 940 aluminum companies provide 65,066 jobs. Average sales are $47.8 billion. While the automotive and construction are a significant segment of the aluminum market, aluminum companies also serve the packaging, food service, agricultural and many other markets. The 10 oldest aluminum companies, listed here in reverse order of establishment, illustrate how the industry has grown and diversified in the over 160 years it has operated in the U.S. ...(Full Article)
Aluminum brings to mind foil to wrap leftovers and soda cans. The truth is, aluminum's impact on the U.S. economy reaches far further than these two iconic products. Aluminum enables strong, light-weight and eco-friendly cars. Manufacturers use them to create bulletproof shielding on Bradley tanks. Aluminum is in kettles, toasters and other kitchen utensils. In construction, aluminum encases windows and strengthens bridges, railings and rods. Aircraft, boats and trains rely on aluminum. Its conductivity and weight make it ideal for power lines. Aluminum even has a robust afterlife in recycling, with nearly 75 percent of all aluminum ever produced still in use today. Given its versatility, it is no wonder that aluminum generates nearly $71 billion each year in direct U.S. economic...(Full Article)
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