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VAC AERO Launches a New Information-Driven Website
Leading Heat Treater uses Website and Newsletter to Engage and Inform Customers.
OAKVILLE, Ontario (October 12, 2007) – VAC AERO launched a new informational website and monthly newsletter to promote its furnace products and metallurgical services and to provide metallurgists with pertinent information relevant to their needs. “Heat treating and surface engineering is a complex subject so our aim is to deliver as much easy-to-find and easy-to understand information as possible,” says Alan Charky, marketing and communications director at VAC AERO International.
“As a vacuum heat treating pioneer for Aerospace and high-tech applications, we’re really working hard to share information based on decades of experience in metallurgical services and furnace manufacturing,” continues Alan. “The new visually engaging website uses a web-based technology that allows any of our divisions or managers to upload news and information to our site daily from any desktop so that we can provide our customers and industry with valuable information on a continual basis,” concludes Alan.
About VAC AERO International Inc.
A pioneer vacuum heat treater since 1959, VAC AERO is a leading furnace manufacturer and metallurgical service provider to Aerospace and high-tech industries worldwide. Thermal processing and coating services include specialized applications in vacuum heat treating and brazing, thermal spray coatings (plasma and HVOF), pack and inorganic paint coatings and grinding. Decades of commercial heat treating experience has provided VAC AERO with a keen understanding of the design and performance of vacuum furnaces to meet end-users’ stringent requirements for durability, reliability, productivity and cost efficiency.
VAC AERO operates production facilities in Canada, Poland and India and has world-wide sales representation. VAC AERO is accredited to NADCAP and AS9100B standards for heat treating, welding and tensile testing and holds numerous customer approvals from major aerospace prime contractors.