Concrete Coating Maker Opens New Hub

TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 2017


Arizona Polymer Flooring, a growing flooring products and concrete coating manufacturer, has opened a new 50,000-square-foot mixed-use facility, set to serve as the company’s international hub, in Phoenix.

Enhanced manufacturing, distribution, training and research and development are made possible with the new campus, according to a March 15 company announcement. The design-build project was a collaboration among APF, Sun State Builders and Winton Architects.

Founded in 1985, APF provides high-performance concrete coating systems for industrial environments, such as military bases, aircraft hangars, government buildings, hazardous areas, food and beverage production facilities; healthcare facilities; and other demanding environments.  Its products are based on epoxy, polyurethane and acrylic technologies.

Recent Moves

The new facility builds upon the company’s plans for growth. Last year, APF acquired Super-Krete International LLC. Now Super-Krete Products, the brand serves as APF’s decorative concrete and concrete repair division.

APF has two additional production facilities in Texas and California that currently support Super-Krete Products. Plans are underway to expand and upgrade each of these facilities so the company can produce a wider range of APF products and systems, the company notes.

APF

The facility will improve and streamline operations and increase production output, according to the company.

“This is an incredibly exciting time at APF,” said APF President and CEO Daniel Owen. “Our rapid expansion is ultimately the result of providing the highest level of customer service and developing quality products that customers demand.

“No matter how far and fast we grow, we pledge to remain true to our original mission and operate with the highest level of integrity.”

More information: www.apfepoxy.com.

   

Tagged categories: Arizona Polymer Flooring; Coatings manufacturers; Concrete coatings and treatments; Flooring system; Good Technical Practice; Manufacturing Plant; Office Buildings

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