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Techmetals Expanding

Techmetals Company Growth

Techmetals Is Expanding On Monday, the state approved Job Creation Tax Credits for Techmetals Inc. and Pelican Technologies Inc. Techmetals, which provides engineered metal finishing, is planning to invest $2.2 million to build a 10,000-square-foot addition and buy more equipment and machinery, according to the state. The company would get a 40 percent, six-year tax

Techmetals Growth

Techmetals New Building

New Building’s Construction Signals Techmetals’ Growth Within three minutes on a recent weekday afternoon, three men walked into the lobby of metals finisher Techmetals Inc. to ask for job applications. The word on the street is Techmetals is growing. One big clue is the construction of a 67-foot-tall, 12,000-square-foot building off Springfield Street. The new

Techmetals Training

Success Begins with Knowledge

Techmetals Succeeds Via Education Ask Techmetals’ President Phil Brockman which area of his expansive plating operation is his most productive and he will lead you down the hall and into an empty classroom that can hold about 100 employees at any given time. “This is where our success begins,” says Brockman, whose company earned recognition


Approved by Boeing

Techmetals Earns Boeing BAC 5680 Zinc Nickel Approval Techmetals is the first job shop worldwide to be approved for Boeing’s BAC 5680 specification for low hydrogen embrittlement (LHE) zinc nickel, an approval that helps support the replacement of using cadmium in the aerospace and defense markets. BAC 5680 establishes the requirements for the electrodeposition of