NCCM Roll Technologies was developed as a legacy company from the 3M non-woven mill roll product business in 2009.
Neutral Premier Yellow, holds the best performing product, position, reputation and history, in the processing metals and has consistently dominated the market since 1993 as the premier non-woven roll. This bright yellow roll is well respected and known as "simply the best" and "the one and only" trusted by its customers and coveted to its competitors.
NCCM Roll Technologies has exclusive rights with 3M to the raw materials to convert, manufacture and sell cover rolls to our expert Value Added Resellers (VAR) around the world, our VAR's are committed to their customer relationships to shaft and technically engineer each mill roll position and application with NCCM to best serve the mills and our customers.
Our Premier Non-woven cover rolls are supplied to processing metals in primary metals market, serving both Steel and Automotive industries.
NCCM Roll Technologies acquired 3M's proprietary information, so we can maintain its trade secrets and continue to improve performance, through quality, commitment and customer service.
As NCCM Roll Technologies is committed to being "leaders in the industry" of processing roll technologies, we have heavily invested into product develop capabilities. NCCM engineered roll technologies has a singular focus for roll applications and is committed to being industry leaders, in the primary metals market.
NCCM Premiere Yellow Neutral mill roll is considered the premium general-purpose roll covering for primary metal and AOEM stamping operations. Its high durability, cut resistance, self-healing properties are just a few reasons it is the premium choice of metal processors.
Our products work in a range of difficult environments such as caustic chemical lines.
The Iron & Steel Technology Conference and Exposition is scheduled for 4–7 May 2015 at the Cleveland Convention Center in Cleveland, Ohio, USA. AISTech 2015 will host the ICSTI 2015 — The 7th International Congress on the Science and Technology of Ironmaking. ICSTI provides an opportunity to learn about and debate the essential issues and challenges in ironmaking today. AISTech 2015 and ICSTI will include technical papers, keynote speakers and proceedings. Abstracts for this major international conference are being sought now for manuscripts to be presented at the event and published in the proceedings.
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