AkzoNobel continues to tackle climate change by setting a new pioneering carbon reduction target.
AkzoNobel has developed a radar-transparent bright film which allows to coat decorative metallic parts that hide radar sensor without blocking the transmission of signals.
AkzoNobel is expanding its position in South and Central America by acquiring Colombia-based paints and coatings company Grupo Orbis.
In order to create a more sustainable yacht industry, AkzoNobel will be the new partner of the Water Revolution Foundation.
AkzoNobel introduces the new coating range Interpon D2015 Précis Ultra Matt that allows for the creation of surfaces with ultra-matte finishes that give a glow of brilliance and luminescence to architectural surfaces.
AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings has started to develop advanced technologies that will help to bring the automotive industry into the future. As e-mobility and the demand for electric vehicles is continuingly increasing all over the world, AkzoNobel is focusing its efforts on the growing needs of the customers within this industry.
AkzoNobel announces the launch of Paint the Future’s second global start-up challenge.
In order to give high-quality architectural features even greater resistance to scratching and marring, AkzoNobel Powder Coatings has extended its X-Pro technology to Interpon’s superdurable D2525 range.
AkzoNobel is the exclusive paints and coatings partner of a pioneering scientific expedition which will send an oceanographic platform around Antarctica to study the Antarctic Circumpolar Current.
AkzoNobel has extended its partnership with the McLaren Racing Formula 1 team and will once again supply the British team with a wide range of paint products.
AkzoNobel N.V. has completed the acquisition of 100% of the shares of Industrias Titan S.A.U. (Titan Paints).
At its headquarters in Como, AkzoNobel has inaugurated a new center dedicated to the R&D of innovative surface solutions, in particular for the wood coatings sector.
AkzoNobel signed a three-year partnership with the Tour de France, becoming Official Supplier of the sporting event.
After submitting a binding proposal to acquire Tikkurila for €31.25 per share on January 28, 2021, AkzoNobel announced it no longer intends to pursue this acquisition, following a competing, higher, offer for Tikkurila.
AkzoNobel's commitment to employee well-being, engagement and development has led the paint and coatings manufacturer to receive certification from the Top Employers Institute in 5 major markets: UK, China, Brazil, USA and the Netherlands.