||Precoat Metals supports the following non-for-profit trade organizations.
Coating Association - www.eccacoil.com
The European Coil Coating Association is comprised of over 200 member companies
representing the coil coating industry. In addition to coil coaters its members
are chemical, paint and equipment suppliers that provide the necessary services
to the industry.
Creative Roofing - www.creativeroofing.eu
Since it is suitable with any sloping, forms and colors, the prepainted metal used in roofing adds its originality,
authenticity and regional features to the habitat, and gives its contribution to the enhancement of the property.
When initiating new building projects, the prepainted metal is an indispensable solution for professionals.
In fact, metal roofing offers to designers, builders and layers innovative solutions for the realization of
passive houses or positive energy houses. Their flexibility allows a great architectural freedom. Artistic and efficient,
they also offer unique benefits for the environment.
Door & Access
Systems Manufacturers Association - www.dasma.com
The Door & Access
Systems Manufacturers Association is the voice of the industry for
manufacturers of residential and commercial garage doors, rolling doors,
and door operators and remote controls. Members of DASMA are committed
to strengthening their industry through the cooperative actions of
leading manufacturers and suppliers to the industry.
||Metal Construction Association
The Metal Construction Association has its mission, "expanding
the use of metal in construction through marketing, technology, and education."
MCA is an industry-wide vehicle through which members of the metal in
construction industry can develop and implement both macro and microprograms
and activities to more widely promote the use of metal in construction.
Association - www.metalroofing.com
The mission of the Metal Roofing Alliance is to
educate consumers and contractors about the benefits of metal roofing
for housing, and to help consumers find the resources to install metal
roofing on their homes.
|| National Coil
Coating Association - www.coilcoating.org
The National Coil Coaters Association
is an industry trade organization representing the coil coating industry.
NCCA aims to provide the industry with a uniform message on the benefits
and value of prepainted metal and make information available to the industry's
professional staff to comfortably discuss product, manufacturing, economic
and environmental advantages.
||The Coil Coating
Institute - www.coilcoatinginstitute.org
The Coil Coating Institute is an e-learning
opportunity for manufacturers, offering information and online tutorials
designed to equip you with facts with which to make an informed decision
about switching to precleaned, preprimed, pretreated, or prepainted metal
in your manufacturing process.
||The Metal Initiative
The Metal Initiative is a coalition of manufacturers,
individuals and associations that have come together to provide information
on the features and benefits of metal in construction. Carrying its message
of metal primarily to the professional building owner community, The
Metal Initiative seeks to gather and disseminate useful information for
||Metal Building Manufacturers
Association - www.mbma.com
Since its inception, MBMA has been instrumental
in defining and promoting the common interests of metal building systems
manufacturers. MBMA also provides engineering leadership through the
many research programs they sponsor. This research is used by the MBMA
members to improve the efficiency and quality of metal building systems,
and to elevate the state-of-the-art technology used to produce them.
||Precoat Metals provides prepainted coating services to many markets, such as construction, transportation, packaging and consumer goods.
Here's a sampling of customers that use prepainted metal.
||McElroy Metal, Inc.
||Metal Sales Manufacturing Corporation
||Sheffield Metals International
| If you're a customer of Precoat Metals and would like to be included in this listing, then please contact
Lisa Wootten at 314-436-7010 x 3344.