AEROSPACE SUPPLY CHAIN 101 The aerospace supply chain is quite complex. This should come as no surprise given that there are between 2 and 6 million parts that must be assembled in order to successfully build various types of aircraft. With so many components and materials involved, each supplier must fulfill its role in order […]
What Can Be Expected When Buying Customized and Handmade Products? BY PAULIE ROSE Customization vs. Handmade The concept of customization has been adopted by many businesses over the last few decades. It was incorporated to promote exclusivity. Customized products were a status symbol, a vehicle to make consumers with massive budgets feel special. Handmade products, […]
Rubber Rubber is an essential material used in several industries. Rubber has played an important role throughout the development of human civilization and continues to be of great importance today. The use of rubber is so significant that the global market size of rubber stood at USD 40.77 Billion in 2019 and is projected to […]
ATLANTA, December 3, 2020 —The Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) today announced its International Trade division’s 2020 GLOBE Award recipients. This state-led awards program highlights Georgia companies that entered new international markets in the previous year. During calendar year 2019, GLOBE winners from 17 counties across Georgia collectively entered 75 new international markets. “Success […]
RCF Technologies President and CEO, Diane Zimnavado, discusses our proprietary material, Rishon®.
Learn more about RCF Technologies first product line, seals, from President Diane Zimnavoda.
Gaskets from RCF Technologies have a wide range of capabilities and adjustments that can be made to fit your needs. Learn more about them from President Diane Zimnavoda.
Since the 1970’s RCF Technologies has been creating and innovating its ducting product line. Learn more about it from RCF Technologies President, Diane Zimnavoda.
Learn more about speciality parts from RCF Technologies from company President Diane Zimnavoda.