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Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC Doubles the Size of its Wilmington, California Operations

Published on 2010-06-09. Author : SpecialChem

South Bend, IN -- Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC announced that it has completed the expansion of its operation in Wilmington, CA. from 8000 square feet to 16,000 square feet to accommodate its fast growing aerospace sealant product line.

Ted Clark, Chief Executive Officer of Royal, commented, "Over the last twelve months the company has received a number of new customer qualifications and contracts and this expansion adds the capacity we need to support our existing, new and pending customer contracts for our new light weight and rapid cure aerospace sealant product line".

"The project has allowed us to implement lean manufacturing principles in our production, packaging and inventory management processes at the same time as we are ramping up production of our new light weight and rapid cure sealants", according to Jeff Swindells, General Manager of Wilmington.

High performance adhesives, sealants, encapsulants, potting compounds, and mirror mastics make up the Royal Adhesives & Sealants product mix. These high performance products are used in a variety of markets including aerospace and defense, assembly, automotive and recreational vehicle, electrical/electronic, filter, marine, and general industrial. The company also offers a broad spectrum of thermosetting epoxy and urethane, solvent-based, and water-based technologies to meet the most demanding adhesive and sealant applications.

About Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC

Royal Adhesives and Sealants are a manufacturer and marketer of industrial adhesives and sealants, commercial roofing adhesives and mirror mastics. Royal manufactures solvent-based, water-based and reactive adhesives and sealants that are packaged in a variety of packages including totes, drums, pails, cartridges and foil wrapped sausages.

Source: Royal Adhesives and Sealants LLC

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