Interpon D2015 Précis; Ultra matt

How low can you go? The growing popularity of low gloss surfaces read more ›


AkzoNobel introduces new Design app

We are delighted to launch the AkzoNobel Design app, created especially for professionals who want the latest information about colors and properties of coatings, predominantly in the Building and Construction sector. read more ›


AkzoNobel breaks ground on powder coatings plant in Mumbai, India

AkzoNobel has broken ground on its new powder coatings plant in Mumbai, India. The investment of €9 million will allow the company to increase capacity in the region, which forms an important part of its organic growth plans. 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 ›


Interpon launches a new Indian website

28th February 2013 – The Interpon Powder Coatings India website, went live today, offering visitors a whole new, interactive online experience. read more ›


AkzoNobel Powder Coatings Launch InterponBuildings

AkzoNobel, the world’s leading powder paint supplier launched InterponBuildings, a new website which showcases the company’s proven track record in architectural powder coatings. The new site ( features over 300 architectural projects. read more ›


Interpon launches a new global website

The new global Interpon Powder Coatings website went live today, offering visitors a whole new, interactive online experience. The new website boasts a fresh new design, making it easy for users to find the information they’re looking for. read more ›


AkzoNobel publishes Q4 and full-year results

Akzo Nobel N.V. (AkzoNobel) today published Q4 and full-year results for 2011. The company reported revenue growth across all Business Areas, led by price/mix developments of 5 percent and a 2 percent volume increase. read more ›


AkzoNobel UK hosts first UK Science Awards

7 February 2012 – The first AkzoNobel UK Science Awards took place in the Royal Society of Chemistry in London, where Professor Peter Bruce received an award for his research into the next generation of rechargeable lithium batteries. read more ›

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