PALATINE, Illinois, USA, March 6, 2017 – Arlington Plating Company is pleased to announce a major expansion at its Palatine, Illinois headquarters that has resulted in enhanced operations and production capabilities.

Specifically, the recent addition of a 35,000 square foot facility substantially grows the company’s campus to over 90,000 sq. ft. The expansion enables increased production capacity, as well as new warehouse and shipping space. Corporate, sales and support staffs have been relocated to the new addition.

The expansion coincides with the recent opening of the company’s aluminum anodizing line and is essential to meeting customers’ current and emerging surface finishing requirements. Richard Macary, President of Arlington Plating Company, said, “2017 is proving to be an exciting year of growth at APC. The multi-million dollar investment made to our facilities tangibly demonstrates our commitment to advancing new products and services for our customers.”

An employee-owned company, all correspondence should continue to be sent to 600 S. Vermont Street, P.O. Box 974, Palatine, IL 60067 for both Arlington Plating Company and its SelectConnect Technologies division. For further information, please contact

About Arlington Plating Company

Arlington Plating Company provides surface finishing and anodizing services that deliver functionality and beauty to a diversity of automotive, motorcycle, electronics, consumer and other products you experience every day. We pride ourselves on producing flawless, high performance finishes on metals including aluminum, copper alloys, magnesium, steel, stainless steel, and zinc die cast, as well as plastic materials. Leading manufacturers trust us to increase wear and corrosion protection, improve appearance, and enable electronic performance, while meeting stringent OEM, environmental and regulatory requirements.

An ISO-9001:2008 company, Arlington Plating Company is an active member of the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) and the Aluminum Anodizers Council. For more information, please visit