Southwest Metal Finishing, one of North America’s largest decorative chrome plating and metal finishing companies, has launched a new website. One of the main highlights of the new site is a page that allows customers to request a project quote by uploading and sending their technical drawings, supporting documentation, and other details directly to Southwest Metal Finishing.
“We’re very pleased that companies now can easily upload their specific project information right on our website,” said Philip Gould, Vice President of Sales and Engineering at Southwest Metal Finishing. “Whether the assignment calls for metal polishing, plating, painting, die casting and tooling—or a combination of these services—we can quickly respond to meet their needs with industry-leading quality, service, and value.”
The website showcases the processes and products that have highlighted Southwest Metal Finishing’s 40-year record of serving some of the world’s most recognized and iconic original equipment manufacturers, including leaders in the motorcycle, automotive, marine, recreational vehicles, hardware, appliance, office furniture, gaming, and medical equipment industries. Southwest Metal Finishing solves companies aesthetic needs from design to tooling to producing the final metal components.
Visitors to the website also can download and print a copy of Southwest Metal Finishing’s new 12-page corporate brochure.
About Southwest Metal Finishing
Founded in 1969, Southwest Metal Finishing specializes in premium decorative chrome plating, polishing and secondary services for aluminum, brass, copper alloys, magnesium, steel and zinc substrates. Southwest Metal Finishing’s team of some 400 employees offers manufacturing and finished goods storage in plants in New Berlin, Wis., and Piedras Negras, Cohuila, Mexico, serving major original equipment manufacturers throughout North America. Southwest Metal Finishing’s commitment to continuous improvement has enabled the company to offer complete turnkey services from component design to tooling to producing the final metal components through manufacturing and secondary services. For more information, call call 262-784-1919 or visit the new website.