Earlier this month, the Metal Finishers of Southern California and the Metal Finishers of Northern California participated in the 17th annual California Unified Program Training Association (CUPA) Conference, a summit aimed at improving business managers’ preparedness for a wide range
The Metal Finishers of Southern California have officially concluded the 2014 West Coast Bright Design Challenge. Since September, students from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena have been working diligently to complete their creative projects. Now in its fifth
To kick off this year’s program, students enrolled in the 2014 West Coast Bright Design Challenge got a behind-the-scenes look at surface finishing and plating in action. During the first 2 weeks of the program, K&L Anodizing and MFASC Chapter
The Metal Finishing Association of Southern California (MFASC) recently honored former Burbank Mayor and owner of Glendale-based Automation Plating Corporation, Bill Wiggins, with the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award during their annual Fall Outing on October 11th. This is the 7th year
The Metal Finishing Associations of Southern and Northern California announced, Tuesday, the immediate restructuring of their chapter office. In addition to the elimination of the Executive Director position, all member and chapter administrative responsibilities have been consolidated to the role
Members can now make their contribution to the NASF 1000 through the MFACA.org website. Head to the Advocacy/Regulatory page, click on the NASF 1000 button in the side column and receive further information on how you can contribute today.
Sodium hypophosphite that is used with electroless nickel plating processes has been identified as a controlled substance pursuant to the federal Controlled Substances Act. In addition to the federal requirements, the State of California also has its own separate regulatory
Non-MFASC member, Highland Plating Company in Hollywood experienced a tragic fire on Sunday morning, causing an estimated $1.8 million in building damages. Luckily, no damage to surrounding businesses was reported. The Los Angeles Fire Department reported no Hazmat efforts took