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Aplix receives certification

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The company was awared it's Synthetic Turf Council certification in December.

| February 7, 2014

Charlotte, NC – APLIX Inc. today announced that it has received its Synthetic Turf Council (STC) Certification. Having met the STC qualifications and criterion, APLIX Inc., the hook and loop fastening specialist, has been selected by the Synthetic Turf Council Board for STC Certification as a Hook and Loop Material Manufacturer/ Supplier.  

"APLIX is committed to providing quality products and services to our customers and this is another example of our focus on customer satisfaction and continuous improvement,” says APLIX’s National Sales Manager David Possage. “This notable achievement will further enhance APLIX’s position as a leader in the synthetic turf industry.”
APLIX’s self-gripping fasteners have been used in numerous synthetic turf applications, including but not limited to professional sporting venues, collegiate athletic fields, state/local recreational facilities, etc.  The STC Certification will ensure that customers will receive the highest levels of quality, value and service. 

“The Synthetic Turf Council and the synthetic turf industry benefit by having APLIX Inc. as an STC Certified member,” says Rick Doyle, President of the Synthetic Turf Council. “This certification is only granted to those companies whose customers have attested to the company’s record of successful performance and professional business conduct.” 

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