CUYAHOGA FALLS, Ohio — Aug. 22, 2013 — Beyond color and additive masterbatches, Americhem Inc.
takes a value engineering approach to product design, finding the best mix of properties and
services to boost speed-to-market, product quality, process efficiency and overall customer
satisfaction. The company will detail its holistic, value engineering capabilities at FloorTek Expo
(booth #141), Sept. 10-12, in Dalton, Ga.
“Value engineering means we are more than just a supplier-we are raising the bar on what
customers can and should expect from their masterbatch supplier,” said Mark Downey, sales director,
Americhem. “We design products that center on our customers’ needs, including their processes,
equipment, end-use requirements and desired physical properties, helping them create success with
their customers from the plant floor to the showroom floor.”
Americhem’s value engineering model is a comprehensive approach that expands beyond product
design to also include educational opportunities, trends reporting and process integration.
Combined with superior technical guidance and exceptional service, Americhem is committed to
helping its customers succeed.
“Education is a key component of our value engineering model,” said Downey. “That’s why
we’re excited to bring our popular Americhem U series to FloorTek.”
In conjunction with FloorTek, Americhem is offering a special Americhem U
presentation, “Discover the World of Polymeric Additives,” presented by Dr. Vaman G. Kulkarni on
Sept. 12, at 11 a.m. Dr. Kulkarni is one of Americhem’s industry experts with extensive knowledge
of fibers, polyester and additives. Seating will be limited, so interested attendees should
email Susan Ellis at email@example.com or call 706.279.3465 to RSVP.
For more on Americhem’s value-engineering model visit FloorTek booth #141 or browse
Posted August 27, 2013