Bodycote Opens New Heat Treatment Facility in South Carolina

Ron Adams (center), sales director, Aerospace, Defense & Energy (HT) – East Region, meets with the South Carolina Department of Commerce delegation, including Deputy Secretary of Commerce Jennifer Noel and Director of the South Carolina Europe office Andre’ LeBlanc, at the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow.

Bodycote, a leading thermal processing services provider, announced that its new plant in Greenville, South Carolina, is open for business. The facility is now ready to process metal and alloy parts that require brazing or vacuum heat treating services.

The new Greenville facility primarily serves the Southeast region’s manufacturers and their supply chains in the aerospace, defense, energy, and medical industries. The plant is expected to receive Nadcap accreditation by the end of 2016, offering quality assurance based on stringent auditing standards for the aerospace and defense industries. Bodycote intends to offer additional services from the facility in the future in response to customer demand.

This investment is part of Bodycote’s further expansion in the Southeast. Bodycote is committed to offering world-class heat treating and specialist technology services and is investing in improvements as part of an ongoing strategy to provide the best possible capabilities, mix, and geographical network to better serve customers.