AMAC is an industry leader and innovator. Our goal is not just to meet customer expectations but rather to exceed them. AMAC has always practiced and implemented continuous improvement programs. We understand that customer needs are constantly evolving. We are dedicated to meeting current and future industry needs.
Our cross-discipline expertise enables us to solve customer application problems. We perform A2LA accredited test procedures for heat treating, electroplating, and dip spin coating. Please refer to our drop-down list of printable specific and accredited test procedures. You and your customers can be confident with our results.
AMAC’s Licensors Include
- Magni Industries, Inc.
- NOF Metal Coatings North America
- Northern Coatings and Chemical Company, Inc.
- Macdermid Enthone, Inc.
AMAC was originally founded as a barrel plating company known as Academy Plating Co. in 1951 by George Chimples, a young immigrant from Greece.
Academy grew and expanded by 1957 as a result of hard work and an uncompromising dedication to quality and service to its customers.
In 1958, George founded Acacia Heat Treating as he recognized the need to provide his customers with both heat treating and plating services. By 1962 he had expanded his new heat treat plant to accommodate the plating operations. The unique combination offered his customers unparalleled service and single source responsibility.
Academy Plating Co. and Acacia Heat Treating Corp. were merged in the 1970’s forming AMAC Enterprises, Inc.
AMAC is located in Parma, a suburb of Cleveland, Ohio.
- Primary Site: 17.5 Acres
- Processing Plant: 175,000 Square Feet with room to expand.
- Water Treatment Building: 5,000 Square Feet
- Office Headquarters: 15,000 Square Feet