voestalpine eifeler Coatings Opens Coating Facility
voestalpine eifeler Coatings announces the opening of its newest coatings facility in Cleveland, Tennessee.
voestalpine eifeler Coatings announces the opening of its newest coatings facility in Cleveland, Tennessee, thirty minutes north of Chattanooga. The facility is strategically located to provide state of the art physical vapor deposition (PVD) coatings solutions to the manufacturing communities located in the southeastern U.S., including Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Florida.
This announcement and facility opening follows closely on the heels of the company’s announcement of the opening of its coatings facility in California in June and shows the company’s ongoing commitment to customer centric investments strategically located across the U.S.
This undertaking was made possible with support from the Greater Chattanooga Economic Partnership, the Cleveland-Bradley Chamber of Commerce and the City of Cleveland. According to Cleveland Mayor Kevin Brooks and Bradley County Mayor D. Gary Davis, the city looks forward to the company becoming a local community fixture, not only supporting but also strengthening the region’s significant manufacturing base.
The Cleveland facility is equipped with state of the art physical vapor deposition arc systems technology. This location will feature Duplex coatings including Crosal Plus, Tigral and Variantic, ideally suited for a variety of applications ranging from metalforming to die-casting and plastic injection molding.
The launch of the new facility represents a new era for voestalpine eifeler Coatings in the U.S. with an expansion to the southeast to complement existing facilities in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, California, Mexico and Canada.
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