By: Kendall Smith, Induron Power Market Manager, & Andy Odorzynski, Induron National Sales Manager
In the wake of tragedies like the camp fire in California, and the larger infrastructure crisis looming in the United States, our country’s utilities find themselves at a crossroads: continue to crumble or engage in sustainable asset management. Continue reading Building a T&D Asset Protection Program vs. A Project Approach
As a third-generation, family-owned paint manufacturer, Induron is different. Our company size, passionate team members, innovative products, customer-first approach to doing business and more set us apart from our competitors. Continue reading The Induron Difference: Start with a Good Finish
By: David Hood, Induron CEO
As the Christmas season begins, I enjoy reminiscing on the special memories and traditions that the holidays hold. One of my favorite Christmas memories is my dad dressing up as Santa Claus and bringing joy to the Birmingham community. Continue reading The Story of The REAL Santa Claus
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?
By: Tex Enoch, Induron Water Tank Manager
Induron recently developed a series of videos to share our history and successes with the coatings community. If you haven’t watched them yet, you’re missing out! While David and Davies Hood, Jeff White and Ben Rowland discuss Induron’s history and aspirations, they each speak to Induron’s core values in unique ways. Continue reading A Major Player in the Water Tank Market
By: Ben Rowland, Induron Technical Service Director
Often in today’s coatings industry, companies want to grow their business by being the “biggest, all-in-one, one-stop-shop” for any and all customers. Continue reading Induron’s Personal Touch
By: John Anspach, Induron Technical Director
In a flash of time, 15 years have passed. Unbelievable.
In fall of 2003, I interviewed with Induron Coatings looking for a fresh start in a career that had already spanned 25 years with three other coatings companies. In the summer of 1978, I got my first taste of the coatings industry working as a QC technician summer intern for Ford Motor Co.’s coatings manufacturing plant in Mt. Clemens, Michigan. The following January, I received a full-time job with them as a process engineer and a production supervisor in training. Continue reading Reflecting on a Paint Career with Induron…
By: David D. Hood, Induron CEO
The first time I earned a paycheck from Induron was as a 15-year-old in the summer of 1958. The company had bought a competitor and their machinery and equipment needed to be moved to our location. Since I was young, strong and eager to earn some money, I was the “hold the other end guy” for the job. My Dad drove me to work most days because I was not old enough to have a license. I earned a whopping $1.60/hour. Continue reading Induron Transitions into Next Generation of Leadership
By: Jeff White, Induron EVP & General Manager
The last time you heard from me was in a blog about our Annual Christmas party. At that event, the Induron team not only celebrated the Christmas Holiday, but also our safety record and awards. Another thing we like to celebrate, which falls in line with our core value of “reliability,” is when we meet our quality goal. We only have one goal when it comes to quality: Get our customers the product they need. Continue reading Induron Celebrates Meeting Quality Goals
By David Hood, Induron CEO
Here at Induron, we have an old paint factory—and that’s a good thing.
“Why?” you may ask. “Newer is always better!” But we and our customers benefit from our factory’s age. Let me explain… Continue reading You Buy the Paint – We’ll Cover the Rest