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Automatic Coating Limited Supports TransCanada 12-Billion Energy East Pipeline

February 25/2015 By

SCARBOROUGH, ON, Oct. 31, 2014 /CNW/ – Automatic Coating Limited, a world leader in applying liquid and powder coating in North America announced today that it fully supports TransCanada 12-Billion Energy East Pipeline Project and is thrilled they have taken the important step forward with NEB Application Filing. “We support TransCanada’s announcement today and believe that it will help rejuvenate a manufacturing sector that has endured a continuous downturn with permanent plant closures and witnessed many manufacturers move their production offshore.  We believe this announcement by TransCanada will mean more jobs and greater prosperity inOntario manufacturing,” said Brad Bamford, President of Automatic Coating Limited. Automatic Coating Limited has heavily…

Automatic Coating Limited featured in Women in Manufacturing Article

Plant Manager of Automatic Coating Limited, Donna White, began her career in 1978 as a packer on an assembly line and has watched the industry change. Her experience reveals that old misperceptions persist. “I’ve noticed that women of this generation seem to shy away from what they think will be hard work. If I put the word ‘industrial’ in a job posting, even if the ad is for a lab position, I might not get a single female applicant.” See the entire article which is attached.women in manu_0001

Automatic Coating Limited is recongized by NRC-CNRC as one of Canada’s Champions of Success for 2013 – 2014.

Pipe Viper 1

October 30/2012 By

PipeViper is the only cost effecitve and portable coating removal system that efficiently addresses all enironmental and health and safety concerns in removing virtually any exisiting coating on live or depressurized oil & gas pipelines. This patent pending process removes all coating, cleans the porosity of the pipe, contains and properly bags waste to meet local environmental standards. View PDF