To commemorate the organization’s 40th anniversary, Airtech Advanced Materials Group (Huntington Beach, Calif.) has created a custom logo that will be featured throughout 2013, and has launched a new Web site. The anniversary celebration, first announced on Nov. 16 last year, will continue all year long at all Airtech-related locations worldwide.
The anniversary logo prominently features the number 40 to commemorate the four decades the company has been in business. The logo’s base colors are blue, grey and white. The background globe represents Airtech’s globe logo and worldwide presence. The logo will be shown on ads, flyers, posters, promotional items and the new global Web site: www.airtechonline.com.
The new Web site, says the company, will offer a contemporary look and design, with enhanced features. It will be the “hub” Web site that will link to Web sites operated by each of Airtech's individual facilities. The corporate Web site is designed to be easy to navigate and has the capability to stream numerous high-quality demonstration videos with a simple click of a button. It is expected to be a valuable technical tool for all Airtech Web site visitors.
Airtech was founded in 1973 by William “Bill” Dahlgren, an engineer who started the business with four people in San Bernardino, Calif. The main goal of the business was to create a “one-stop shop” and manufacture vacuum bagging and composite tooling materials for manufacturers of fiberglass and carbon fiber parts. Still very much active in the business, Dahlgren has seen his dream, through persistent hard work, grow to a company that employs more than 500 employees, manufactures in four different locations: Huntington Beach; Chino, Calif., its U.S.-based corporate headquarters); Differdange, Luxembourg; Rochdale, England, U.K.; and Tianjin, China.
Airtech is privately owned and is an ISO 9001:2008 and an AS9100 Rev C-certified company.
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