The acquisition of Lankwitzer’s wheel coatings business allows AkzoNobel to expand its performance coatings portfolio.
Within the framework of AkzoNobel’s Paint the Future Collaborative Sustainability Challenge, partners have joined forces with AkzoNobel in a determined effort to collectively reduce carbon emissions in the paints and coatings value chain.
AkzoNobel’s Supervisory Board Chair, Nils Andersen, will step down to pursue new external board position.
AkzoNobel will now be able to satisfy the increasing demand of the region with locally produced bonded metallic powder coatings.
The fouling control range of AkzoNobel improves hull efficiency and helps to reduce carbon footprint for leisure boating.
AkzoNobel is showcasing the innovative metallic blue coating used in ITA Airways new livery at MRO Europe, which will run until October 20 in London. The company is also previewing its 2023 Color of the Year – Wild WonderTM.
At the NBAA event, AkzoNobel showcases virtual technology for training aerospace paint operators.
‘Wild Wonder’ is AkzoNobel’s Color of the Year 2023. The hue is inspired by the warm tones of harvested crops.
AkzoNobel has appointed Jeff Jirak as the new director of the Powder Coatings business.
Gregoire Poux-Guillaume will succeed Thierry Vanlancker, CEO of AkzoNobel and member of the Board since 2017.
AkzoNobel and Volotea have collaborated to develop a unique design with a metallic colour scheme.
The investment will allow AkzoNobel to increase and improve the production of aerospace and decorative coatings and create new job positions.
The acquisition of Lankwitzer’s wheel coatings business will allow AkzoNobel to expand its performance coatings portfolio.
AkzoNobel announced that Gregoire Poux-Guillaume will be the company’s new CEO as of November 1, 2022.
The 165 wind turbines of Hornsea 2, the world’s largest offshore wind farm, have been protected by coatings supplied by AkzoNobel.