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ECO Finishing Completes Expansion Project

Dock and Warehouse Expansion a Complete Success

Jan 20 2014, 2:00am CST | by

Minneapolis, MN, January 20, 2014 --(PR.com)-- ECO Finishing, a leader in the electroplating industry, announces today that they have completed the expansion of their facility in Minneapolis, MN.

The expansion consisted of adding approximately 2,400 square feet of warehouse space, but more importantly, has added a full dock and a ramp to the facility. This expansion was necessary in order to keep up with the growth of the company and enables productivity improvements for production.

Jay Esmay, President of ECO stated that "Last year ECO Finishing and our customers were dealing with restricted dock access. One year later, we are happy to say that the expansion was well worth the effort."

The expanded warehouse space is necessary to stage incoming work before being directed to one of ECO's 16 plating lines. ECO Finishing is proud of its reputation for Just In Time deliveries and fast turnaround orders. As the company has grown, so has its need for additional production and staging space.

"The construction of the expanded dock was expensive and caused some back-ups and frustration at the time," said Esmay. "But customers, drivers and employees alike agree that it was a great move for the company."

ECO Finishing is metal finishing company known for a commitment and dedication to quality. ECO has the history, experience and professionalism to ensure jobs are done correctly. Every plating job is carefully monitored from arrival through the entire plating process. Inspection of plated parts is enhanced by more than 100 foot candles of light throughout the plant. Plating thickness measurements are verified with X-ray fluorescence, and the company's quality system conforms to military specifications as outlined in MIL-Q-45208. ECO also uses Statistical Process Control (SPC) to assure that products meets exacting standards.

About ECO Finishing

ECO Finishing has been a leading provider of electroplating and other metal finishing services in the Minneapolis region since 1994. ECO provides over 20 metal finishes to the automotive, aerospace, medical device and military industries for both industrial and consumer products. ECO provides both rack and barrel plating services for parts up to 13 feet in length for low and high volume orders. For additional information, contact ECO Finishing to understand how the company can meet your metal finishing needs. For more details visit : http://www.ecofinishing.com

For More Information:

Jay Esmay
ECO Finishing

Contact Information:
ECO Finishing Company
Jay Esmay
Contact via Email
5100 Industrial Blvd NE

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