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AkzoNobel will display latest innovations at IWF


Visitors to the AkzoNobel and Chemcraft booth C1962 at IWF 2022 will have the opportunity to experience live demos, explore the latest color and finish trends, and engage with top wood and powder coatings industry experts.

“Our team thrives on addressing challenges,” says Ron Cooper, Market Segment Manager, North America, for AkzoNobel Wood Coatings. “Our booth will be staffed by our full management team and technical experts eager to meet customers and rekindle relationships. We look forward to real handshakes and in-person conversations.”

There will be live demonstrations of AkzoNobel’s MaestroHue software for producing consistent colors and experts available to discuss AkzoNobel’s new technology Interpon W.

“Interpon W is not a single product but rather a comprehensive range of powder coatings. They are better by design, so even the most challenging shapes and substrates can be given a seamless, consistent finish and all-around protection, with sustainability as standard,” says Alan Alex, Regional Commercial Director, North America, for AkzoNobel Powder Coatings.

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