Goodwest Rubber Linings earns NACE Level 3 Certification

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January 20, 2011 RANCHO CUCAMONGA Calif. — David Copeland, Quality Control manager of Goodwest Rubber Linings, has earned the top level of inspector certification from NACE, the National Association of Corrosion Engineers.

Goodwest has executed many jobs with demanding specifications and inspection requirements. Military, municipal water, petrochemical and other industries often require a NACE level 3 inspector to be on site throughout the duration of a coating project. Goodwest having its own in-house NACE level 3 inspector allows its customers an even higher level of confidence, knowing that a very qualified and competent individual is monitoring their project.

"Our production staff has always strived to follow specifications to a tee, and this certification reflects our extremely high commitment to quality" said Goodwest President Ryan Sears. "We want to be known as the company that customers go to when they have critical jobs with demanding specifications."

About Goodwest Linings & Coatings

For over 50 years, Goodwest has installed dependable industrial lining and protective coating systems. Water, oil, power, transportation, and other key infrastructure providers rely on Goodwest to ensure critical equipment stays in service as long as possible. Goodwest specializes in applying materials resistant to the most aggressive chemical, abrasion, and high temperature environments. Whether at our facility 30 miles east of Los Angeles, or at yours, Goodwest can be counted on to provide unique, long-term solutions to your toughest corrosion problems.

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