AkzoNobel improves online ordering for powder coatings customers

AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings business has launched a new webshop which makes it quicker and easier for customers to buy its Interpon and Resicoat powder coatings products online. read more ›


AkzoNobel launches digital powder coatings color palette

AkzoNobel’s Performance Coatings business has launched a digital color tool plug-in for designers and architects. read more ›


New Improved Architectural Warranty up to 30 years

AkzoNobel Powder Coatings today launched its new and improved warranty system for its AAMA compliant line of architectural coatings. read more ›


AkzoNobel Powder Coatings opens a new service center

The service center, located at 1150 West Geneva Drive, is strategically located to serve our growing customer. read more ›


AkzoNobel launches new Interpon Collection Anodic

AkzoNobel Powder Coatings have launched the new generation of Interpon Collection Anodic – matt and metallic powder coating finishes in popular anodizing shades. read more ›


AkzoNobel scores coatings success at Confederations Cup

AkzoNobel has supplied high performance coatings systems for half of the stadiums being used at this month’s FIFA Confederations Cup football tournament . read more ›


Interpon D2000 exceeds expectations more than two decades after application

21 years after application, Interpon D2000 coatings are still exceeding all performance expectations, even in tough climates. Tests carried out on the Mission Hospital building in California this summer show that both color change and gloss level significantly exceed the product's 15 year guarantee. read more ›


Interpon D2000 Series: The Perfect Choice for Europe's Tallest Building

A visitor to London on 5th July 2012 would have seen lasers lighting up the night sky, bouncing off St. Paul's Cathedral and reflecting off the surface of the Thames. Tracing them back to their source, the visitor would find they emanated from a grand new structure on the south bank of the river at London Bridge. It was the grand opening of the building that has become known as the Shard, due to its resemblance to a giant shard of glass. Standing at 310m high, it is currently the tallest building in western Europe. read more ›

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