Powder coating durability and the passing of Canada’s stringent environmental law in 2010 drive business boost at Ontario auto-body shop
While striving to leave the lightest footprint on the environment and protecting employees, an Ontario auto-body shop uses its staff’s extensive training and experience to wow manufacturing clients with the quality and durability of powder coating.
In the late 1990s, Tom Pelletier bought some powder-coated car parts and became intrigued with the process. He researched it and liked what he saw. In 2003, Pelletier’s Auto Body, in business since 1977, set up its powder coating system, and the third-generation, family owned company took a completely different direction. It moved into the manufacturing end of the business, particularly into transportation and aerospace.