Darlington, U.K.-based waste management firm, Total Recycling Services has helped a leading global paints and chemicals manufacturer to advance its sustainability and ensure its compliance to environmental standards.
Digitization has been a disruptor and driving force behind the development of a wide range of industries such as entertainment, retail and finance, among others. It will also bring a quantum leap for the manufacturing sector. It is vital for manufacturing companies to grasp the opportunities to reshape their operations and businesses, and transform the entire organization.
International hard coatings specialist Hardide Coatings, which has a production facility in Virginia, USA, has hailed a successful holiday season after solving a wear issue that was slowing the processing of letters throughout the United Kingdom.
Great company Customer Experience (CX) programs seek to rapidly understand and mitigate customer negative experiences in any stage of their use of a company's products or services and turn the negatives into positives, or at least neutral, to create improved overall CX. Over time, companies that create progressively better CX began to create a competitive advantage over their competitors and, most importantly, create customers that become loyal and vocal brand advocates.
Dura Industries, reputable color developer and applicator of liquid PVDF and powder coatings, teamed up with Valspar, frontrunner in the international coil and extrusion architectural coatings industry and part of Sherwin-Williams Extrusion Coatings, to create and coat the renowned façade of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture. For this specific project, Dura Industries implemented a hand-painted five-coat system for the first time in the company’s history.
The Lunda/Ames Joint Venture, a major partner in the multiyear construction of the St. Croix Crossing, chose to extensively apply an easy-to-use, low-toxicity corrosion inhibitor to protect various post-tension strands placed throughout the bridge during construction.
The former Spruce Goose hangar that was built by aircraft innovator Howard Hughes in 1945 in Playa Vista, California, is being renovated for use as office space. The project’s architects were looking for an infrared heat reflective coating and a dark color that will last on the building and not fade, and provide energy savings.