Construction Begins on New 20 Foot Anodizing Line
Summerville, SC - Briteline Extrusions, Inc. President Kenneth H. Kabine has announced the company has begun construction on a new anodizing line at its plant located at 575 Beech Hill Road, Summerville, South Carolina.
"Our current 12 foot Brite Dip and Acid Etch anodizing line is reaching capacity. In order to service our customers and have opportunity for growth, we must build a larger line, Kabine said. We see a growing demand for Brite Dip and Acid Etch Anodizing since fewer companies are offering those services. The economic slowdown caused some anodizing companies to close. Not many people want to go through the environmental rules and regulations it takes to run such a facility. The new anodizing line will be able to handle 20 foot long extrusions and offer both Brite Dip and Acid Etch anodizing. "By building a line with longer tanks, we will be able to service existing customers more efficiently and target new industries, as well."
Founded in 1953, Briteline Extrusions, Inc. is a full service aluminum extrusion company specializing in small aluminum extruded shapes and high quality finishes. Extrusion presses include both 5" and 6" circle sizes. Briteline also offers anodizing; powder coating; and fabrication services at its facility in Summerville, SC.
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