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Allied PhotoChemical is selected as one of Top 50 Companies to Watch in Michigan

Published on 2007-02-27. Author : SpecialChem

MARYSVILLE, Mi -- Allied PhotoChemical, a leading manufacturer of UV Paint and Coatings Solutions, has been selected as One of Top 50 Companies to Watch in Michigan.

Allied PhotoChemical is selected as one of Top 50 Companies to Watch in Michigan.

"Allied PhotoChemical is honored to be selected by the Edward Lowe Foundation as one of Top 50 Companies to Watch in Michigan," said Kelly, "and will continue to be a leader in UV technology, environmentally green solutions and community relations.

When Allied PhotoChemical was founded back in 1996 by Roy Krohn and Scott Howe, their mission was to first develop an environmentally-friendly UV Chemistry, patent this technology and begin providing customers a customized solution to their coatings and electronic inks needs. This award is another positive reinforcement that their original mission is continuing to be successful.

"Michigan 50 Companies to Watch is a unique awards program designed to shine the spotlight on second-stage companies," says Mark Lange, executive director of the Edward Lowe Foundation, a not-for-profit operating foundation based in Michigan. The foundation's mission is to "champion the entrepreneurial spirit" by encouraging entrepreneurial cultures in communities throughout the country and helping second-stage companies learn from each other.

"When it comes to a robust economy, second-stage entrepreneurs play a critical role because they generate new jobs and sustainable growth," Lange says. "And yet, they're not often recognized or appreciated for the impact they have on the economy or the community."

Allied PhotoChemical continually promotes "Environmentally-Friendly" products through continuous product innovation, improvement and application; supported by a work environment that promotes honesty, integrity, loyalty, and personal growth.

Source: Allied PhotoChemical


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