Finishing innovations spur Tanury Industries

FINE FINISH: From left, Fatima Loureiro, supervisor, Ron Guillain, director of quality and engineering, and Patrick Lynch, vice president of sales, are seen at the finish assembly area at Tanury Industries in Lincoln. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
FINE FINISH: From left, Fatima Loureiro, supervisor, Ron Guillain, director of quality and engineering, and Patrick Lynch, vice president of sales, are seen at the finish assembly area at Tanury Industries in Lincoln. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
When Frederick Tanury and his three brothers started Lincoln-based electroplating company Tanury Industries back in 1946, they couldn't have known that their small, 10-person family business would blossom into the nearly $20 million a year success it is today. Celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, Tanury began as an effort to get into the then-burgeoning…

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