Powder Coating Companies in Oklahoma

Powder Coating Companies in Oklahoma

Oklahoma has experienced a contracting economy over the past few years. Its “boom and bust” economic cycles reflect oil and gas prices.

Oklahoma State University economists recently predicted that Oklahoma would grow at approximately 0.4 percent in 2017 vs. a one percent average national economic growth rate:

  • The city of Tulsa is expected to reverse its negative growth rate in 2017.
  • Oklahoma City is projected to grow at an approximately one percent growth rate.
  • Oklahoma State University projects six Oklahoma counties (focused on traditional oil and gas drilling activities) will contract 10 percent in 2017.
  • Approximately 85 percent of Oklahoma’s economy is comprised of services businesses, including professional services (lawyers, accountants, marketers, etc.), mining and metals services, etc.
  • Total nonfarm employment is declining in Oklahoma (compared to rising annual employment growth of about two percent in the U.S.)
  • The energy sector is expected to propel the economy through 2017.
  • Softening crude prices are predicted to slow oil production levels in the state.
  • Coal mining has virtually ceased in the state.

Oklahoma’s Industries

The following industry groups contribute to Oklahoma’s economy:

  • Aviation-aerospace: Aviation and aerospace are considered a possible growth industry for Oklahoma. About 270 businesses employ almost 40,000 people.
  • Biotechnology: Biotech is considered another possible growth field. Today, biotech firms employ almost 45,000 people in Oklahoma.
  • Energy: Oil, natural gas, and wind power are produced by this sector of Oklahoma’s economy. It’s home to a variety of Fortune 500 energy companies in Tulsa, Oklahoma City, and throughout the state.
  • Transportation and Logistics: With approximately 350 “good weather” flight days of the year, Oklahoma’s transportation and logistics firms include airport operations, freight truckers, warehouses, and railroads.
  • Business Services: Oklahoma’s economy includes advertising and public relations firms, law firms, CPS firms, employment services, research & development firms, consultants, and customer service call centers.
  • Government: Federal, state, and municipal operations employ approximately 20 percent of Oklahoma’s citizens. This sector includes education, natural resources, environment, legal services, information technology, tourism, corrections, and finance jobs.
  • Health Care: Healthcare centers employ more than 100,000 employees in Oklahoma’s health care sector.
  • Telecommunications: Wireless, cable, and satellite companies employ approximately 20,000 people in Oklahoma.

Powder coating businesses offer services throughout the state and Southwest region. Industrial powder coating services, custom powder coating services, batch powder coatings, short-run coating services, and metal coating services are available to serve manufacturers of small to large complex precision parts. Powder coating providers work closely with the aerospace, transportation, defense, telecom, automotive, sporting goods, electronic-electrical, power, entertainment, food-beverage, health, energy, oil, natural gas, machinery, and medical sectors.

Top 3 Powder Coaters in Oklahoma

Topps Powder Coating
2132 Pole Road Moore, OK 73160

Broken Arrow Powder Coating Inc.
2051 SW Expressway Drive Broken Arrow, OK 74012

Topps Powder Coating
2132 Pole Road Moore, OK 73160