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Coating Work by Sub-tier vendors the Good, the Bad and the Smulgy

Fabricators and Construction Firms rely on sub-tier vendors to supply a vast array of components and equipment for integration into the products they are supplying their clients. This may include valves, engines, motors, power supplies, tanks, tubs, vessels and other numerous items. The items and components provided by sub-tier vendors are normally prepared and coated prior to being delivered with what are typically referred to as original equipment manufacturer (OEM) coating systems. 

Product Number: 41216-952-SG
Author: Richard Burgess
Publication Date: 2016
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Fabricators and Construction Firms rely on sub-tier vendors to supply a vast array of components and equipment for integration into the products they are supplying their clients. This may include valves, engines, motors, power supplies, tanks, tubs, vessels and other numerous items. The items and components provided by sub-tier vendors are normally prepared and coated prior to being delivered with what are typically referred to as original equipment manufacturer (OEM) coating systems. The OEM coatings may be provided per specifications by the buyer or may be standard coating systems used by the vendor. What are some of the pitfalls that exist? What successes have been achieved? This paper will discuss project experiences, comments from buyers and sellers and any war stories that may be unearthed.

Fabricators and Construction Firms rely on sub-tier vendors to supply a vast array of components and equipment for integration into the products they are supplying their clients. This may include valves, engines, motors, power supplies, tanks, tubs, vessels and other numerous items. The items and components provided by sub-tier vendors are normally prepared and coated prior to being delivered with what are typically referred to as original equipment manufacturer (OEM) coating systems. The OEM coatings may be provided per specifications by the buyer or may be standard coating systems used by the vendor. What are some of the pitfalls that exist? What successes have been achieved? This paper will discuss project experiences, comments from buyers and sellers and any war stories that may be unearthed.

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