The Aluminum Association is proud to announce its newest company member, Reliant Aluminum Products.
Formed in April 2008, Reliant Aluminum Products, LLC is the exclusive North American supplier of Clariant colorants and additives for aluminum anodizing and finishing. Clariant has produced quality chemicals for over 100 years and has more than 60 years experience manufacturing products specifically developed for aluminum.
Reliant's headquarters, technical laboratory and customer service department are based in High Point, N.C. The fully equipped technical service lab offers a wide spectrum of process and analytical testing capabilities, as well as product development and application improvement. Reliant Aluminum Produts operates a network of strategically placed distribution centers throughout the U.S. to ensure dependable inventory and timely delivery of orders in a variety of packaging options.
“We are pleased to welcome Reliant Aluminum Products into the Aluminum Association,” said Steve Larkin, Aluminum Association president. “We know our members are unique but working toward many of the same industry goals, and we hope to continue to be a resource to accomplish these goals.”
Jack Humbe, president of Reliant Aluminum Products, said: “As a supplier devoted solely to aluminum products, Reliant shares the Aluminum Association's vision of a sustainable future for our industry, and we look forward to joining other members in shaping our shared destiny."
Humble continued: “Through our global alliance with Clariant, Reliant has embarked on an aggressive program to educate manufacturers about the many advantages of anodized aluminum. Together, we are demonstrating the life cycle of anodizing is relatively benign to the environment, and aluminum offers greater durability and higher value for consumers.”
ABOUT THE ALUMINUM ASSOCIATION
The Aluminum Association, based in Arlington, Va., works globally to aggressively promote aluminum as the most sustainable and recyclable automotive, packaging and construction material in today’s market. The Association represents U.S.- and overseas-based primary producers of aluminum, aluminum recyclers and producers of fabricated products, as well as industry suppliers. Member companies operate more than 200 plants in the United States, with many conducting business worldwide.