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The British Surface Treatment Suppliers Association (BSTSA) was founded in 1970 to represent the surface treatment supply industry in the United Kingdom.
The Surface Engineering Association is the umbrella organisation for the Metal Finishing Association (MFA), the British Surface Treatment Suppliers Association (BSTSA), the Paint and Powder Finishing Association (PPFA) and the Contract Heat Treatment Association (CHTA), thus representing the whole industry sector.
The BSTSA is a member of the Surface Engineering Association, which represents the interests of leading trade associations in the surface finishing industry.
To provide engineers, designers, specifiers and plant operators with up-to-date, authoritative guidance on metal pre-treatment, the British Surface Treatment Suppliers Association (BSTSA) has published a 12 page illustrated brochure available free from the Surface Engineering Association (SEA).
Geoff has previously worked for the major supply houses Lea Ronal and Enthone (SelRex) and has been well known for his contributions to the BSTSA and the Institute of Metal Finishing.
So, in all probability subconsciously, the geriatrics of the IMF are moving closer to other small bodies such as MFA, maybe EGA or BSTSA and suchlike.
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