SHEBOYGAN, WIS – Sheboygan Paint Company’s patent-pending MachCure catalyst technology has been nominated for the “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin” contest, sponsored by Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce. This catalyst can be added to a wide variety of industrial coatings, making them more environmentally friendly. This allows manufacturers and refinishers to significantly improve worker safety, reduce production costs, and increase the longevity of their coated products. MachCure has the potential to displace conventional solvent-borne technology and transform the coatings industry. The Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin… Read More »Sheboygan Paint Company’s Catalyst MachCure Nominated for “Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin”
SHEBOYGAN, WIS – Sheboygan Paint Company announced that Cynthia Baricos (nee Bal) has been promoted to Vice President of Research & Development. In this role, she will direct the Research & Development Team to ensure Sheboygan Paint Company maintains its competitive advantage in the marketplace by developing innovative coatings solutions for customers. Additionally, she is responsible for the strategy and execution of the organization’s Quality Management Systems, ensuring process efficiency while maintaining excellence in quality by focusing on analytics and capital investments. Baricos is a… Read More »Sheboygan Paint Company Announces VP Promotion
SHEBOYGAN, WIS – Sheboygan Paint Company announced that the tradename Uraguard has been registered for the company’s polyurethane topcoat, known for its durability and exceptional weatherability. The company received notice of allowance from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for trademark SN 90585264 in late June. This is the company’s first trademarked product name in the company’s 100-year history.Uraguard utilizes urethane chemistry to guard a metal substrate on which it is applied over a primer. It is most often used for long-lasting protection and beautification… Read More »Sheboygan Paint Company Registers Trademark
SHEBOYGAN, WIS – Sheboygan Paint Company is proud to welcome Ann Roever as Vice President of Sales. In this role, she will direct the Sales, Technical Service and Customer Service Teams in helping customers grow their businesses through “Customerization”: Sheboygan Paint Company’s promise to provide precisely what customers need through innovation, service and industry expertise.Roever has worked in manufacturing her entire career for leading brands in their respective sectors. Her 20-plus years of experience include global and domestic sales, marketing, product development and business leadership.… Read More »Sheboygan Paint Company Welcomes New VP of Sales
Sheboygan Paint has helped protect, beautify industrial objects since 1921 As the name denotes, Sheboygan Paint Company is all about paint. More specifically, it’s about formulating and manufacturing industrial coatings, but President and CEO Peter Kirton wants people to further understand that what the company’s paint does is “protect and beautify objects.” “How we protect and beautify objects is through paint technology and the technical support, service and understanding we bring into our customers’ factories,” he said. Admittedly, many of Sheboygan Paint’s customers are experts… Read More »Formulating finishes
You may have noticed Sheboygan Paint Company has a new look! Building from our proud 100-yearheritage of innovation and success, we have updated our branding to project our image as the leadingresource to OEMs and refinishers in the markets we serve. What does our new logo signal?Based on research with our employees and customers, our new logo has been designed to signal acompany that describes us: forward-moving creative attentive precise enthusiastic enduring What is Customerization?Our new tagline, “Customerization,” sums up our attentive, personalized service. It… Read More »We have a new look!
Drivers to improve the environmental footprint of coatings have been present since the 1960s, and customers are increasinglydemanding high-performance, green coating technologies. Enabling technology developed in the marketplace to meet these demandshas primarily revolved around reducing the volatile organic compound content, eliminating hazardous air pollutants and similarstrategies. These incremental improvements, while impactful, are not significant enough to enable customers to truly operate in amanner that is better for the environment and kinder to employees. Isocyanates and formaldehyde are objectionable ingredients incoatings but have been considered… Read More »Patent-Pending Coatings Technology Increases Accessibility to Environmentally Friendly Paint
Taylor Grage has joined the company as Chemist. As part of the company’s Research and Development Team, Grage will focus on new product development and innovation. Grage has more than six years of industry experience, including roles at Sherwin-Williams. He holds a bachelor of science degree in chemistry from Bemidji State University in Minnesota. Jeff Hamilton has joined the company as Technical Service Representative, supporting customers primarily in the Northeast Region. He brings nearly 20 years’ experience in chemical and laboratory technical service. Hamilton earned a bachelor… Read More »SHEBOYGAN, WI – Sheboygan Paint Company has added two new employees to its growing team.
The Sheboygan Paint Company’s plant in Cedartown is joining in celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Wisconsin-based company’s founding.
Company executives and ownership will join the more than 40 employees of the Cedartown plant at week’s end to help bury a time capsule along with another special guest to the event. The morning anniversary event celebrates a company that over the past century began humbly in Sheboygan, Wisconsin making stains for chairs and now serves a variety of industries on an international level. Cedartown Plant Manager Scott Porterfield – who started in the company in the 1980s and worked his way up to his… Read More »The Sheboygan Paint Company’s plant in Cedartown is joining in celebrations for the 100th anniversary of the Wisconsin-based company’s founding.
Cynthia Baricos, director of research and development, colleague Samantha Moran, and their team at Sheboygan Paint Company have developed a catalyst that makes environmentally friendly paint more accessible to a wider variety of commercial industries.
Cynthia Baricos, director of research and development, colleague Samantha Moran, and their team at Sheboygan Paint Company have developed a catalyst that makes environmentally friendly paint more accessible to a wider variety of commercial industries. By manipulating the resin and metal substrates, the new innovation will allow isocyanate/formaldehyde-free resin to be applied over a wider variety of primers, or to adhere directly to metal. This vastly increases the flexibility of the existing product, essentially bringing “green” industrial paint to the masses. In an environment of… Read More »Cynthia Baricos, director of research and development, colleague Samantha Moran, and their team at Sheboygan Paint Company have developed a catalyst that makes environmentally friendly paint more accessible to a wider variety of commercial industries.