Sinco Inc. Specializes In The Application of All Types of Powder, Liquid and PVC Protective Coatings
Sinco Inc. started out in 1984, as Spradlin Auto Body. In 1990, we built our first building at #17 Ranchett Road, in Conway, AR. Along with auto body repair, we started painting large air conditioning units for the Carrier Corporation. This was the beginning of Spradlin Industrial Coatings - Sinco, for short.
In 1994 Mr. Dave Carney joined us as General Manager over all coating operations. And in 1996, we added a second building and our first powder coating line.
We purchased the building at 350 S. Harkrider and put in a large powder coating line in 1999.
Tru-Fab (TFC Inc.) was purchased as a sister company in 2006. In 2007, we built a state-of-the-art liquid paint facility at the Ranchett Road location.
The building next to the Ranchett Road location was purchased in 2008. A state-of-the-art powder coat system with an infrared and gas convection curing ovens were installed at this time.
In 2010, we are re-built the oven at the Harkrider location, making it a large 45-foot batch oven, along with installation of a 16 foot batch oven. At this location, we offer batch powder coatings, a 40-foot shot blast room, and a 40-foot liquid paint booth for applying all types of liquid coatings, epoxy's, urethanes, etc.
2011 saw the addition of a self-contained steel shot blasting room, and an additional 3,000 sq. ft. of space encompassing a new bathc coating room and curing oven.
April 2012 brings yet more expansion as an additional 2,500 sq ft is being built on to the rear of our building, to separate our shipping and receiving areas; and add three more trailer docks for materials coming and going.
Today, Sinco Inc. occupies approximately 63,000 square feet of space with plans to keep growing! Our outstanding reputation and track record sets us far above our competitors, evidenced by our continued expansion of industrial customers, whose own company well-being often depends on Sinco's ability to meet immediate and unexpected demands.