Chase Corporation announced that its resin designs manufacturing facilities in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and Hickory, North Carolina, have been officially certified the rigorous IATF-16949 automotive industry standard. 

This certification highlights Chase Co’s. commitment to meeting the highest quality standards in the automotive sector.

IATF-16949 is the globally recognized standard related to manufacturing quality for automotive suppliers. This standard was developed by major automotive OEMs through the International Automotive Task Force (IATF) to provide demanding and consistent guidelines for suppliers in this industry. Certification of the resin designs manufacturing site ensures that product development, manufacturing, and quality are conducted to the high standards expected by major automotive OEMs and sub-suppliers.

Chase and its resin designs division develop and manufacture adhesives, coatings, and polymers for a wide range of applications in the automotive industry, including, Thermosink brand thermal management polymers and pads, Nexus and AXIS brand adhesives and encapsulants, and Techfilm high-performance epoxy b-stage adhesives.

“We are exceedingly proud to have attained IATF-16949 certification for our manufacturing facility at Resin Designs,” said Dave Coye, global director of Quality, Chase. Benjamin Kraemer, the global business leader for resin designs, said, “This certification serves as a testament to our unwavering dedication in delivering the utmost quality products and services to our automotive clientele.”   

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