Category Archives: Induron Values

The Induron Approach

By: Tom Wunderlin, Induron Sales Representative

A salesperson is the primary differentiator in purchases today. As products and services become increasingly commoditized, purchasers realize that they can receive a similar offering from another company. But, what they can’t get from just any supplier is the same experience and positive outcome Induron’s sales representatives strive to create. Continue reading The Induron Approach

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The Trust Factor

By: Tex Enoch, Induron Sales Representative

For the second year in a row, the Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback, Carson Wentz, went down with an injury leaving a journeyman quarterback, Nick Foles, with the reigns as they moved into the playoffs.  Last year, Nick proved to the world that he was more than a journeyman as he led his team to the Super Bowl and then beat the great Tom Brady and the Patriots for the championship. Continue reading The Trust Factor

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2018 in Review

By: Davies Hood, Induron President

As Induron Coatings entered our seventh decade of providing “Reliable Protection Through Innovative Coatings,” we knew that change and adaptation was necessary to continue with our mission. Don’t get me wrong, 2017 was a record year in terms of sales, team building and company culture at Induron. But, the real takeaway from our 70th Anniversary Celebration, was that in order to succeed in business, companies had to constantly adapt and continue to work to improve culture. At Induron, we have a proven track record of both. Here are a few examples: Continue reading 2018 in Review

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Coated in Customer Service

By: John Bray, UL guest blogger

Finding success in any competitive market involves quality products that help you stand out from the competition, successful marketing campaigns to draw attention, and a deep understanding of the industry. Of course, all of this can mean very little without customer service to back it up. That’s why Induron focuses heavily on service and, since its founding, has prioritized customer relationships. Continue reading Coated in Customer Service

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Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Tom Wunderlin

We’re excited to welcome Tom Wunderlin to the Induron team! His extensive industry experience and passion for solving problems and helping others make him an excellent addition to the Induron family. To learn a little more about Tom, check out this Q&A. Continue reading Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Tom Wunderlin

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Why is Induron’s Culture Special?

By: David Hood, Induron CEO

In June of 1969, I joined Induron after 4 years of engineering studies at Vanderbilt, 4 years of experience in aircraft structural analysis and earning a master’s degree in Business Administration from Georgia State. Continue reading Why is Induron’s Culture Special?

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Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Mike Kang

We’re excited to welcome Mike Kang to the Induron team! As Technical Director, Mike will be responsible for research and development and quality control management while assisting with production and purchasing departments. To learn a little more about Mike, check out this Q&A. Continue reading Meet the Newest Member of the Induron Team: Mike Kang

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Culture is Our Most Important Raw Material

By: Andy Odorzynski, Induron Sales Representative

Asset owners and contractors face a vital business decision when they choose which protective coatings to use on their projects. The technical attributes of a protective coating system are only the baseline qualification for a given product to be taken into consideration. Does the product protect the asset? Is it user-friendly? Can it handle the exposure environment? Is it attractive? These are the prerequisites for consideration, but not the metrics by which a selection is actually made. Continue reading Culture is Our Most Important Raw Material

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