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Chromaflo Technologies acquires Elementis Specialties, Inc Colorants Business

Chromaflo Technologies Corp, the largest independent global supplier of advanced colourants and chemical dispersions for the paint, coatings and thermoset plastics industries has concluded a purchase agreement with Elementis Specialties Inc, whereby Chromaflo Technologies Corp has acquired the Elementis Tint-Ayd line of colourant products and select Dapro driers supplied from the USA.

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AkzoNobel’s new MIXIT mobile app for vehicle refinishes now available

Bodyshops, technicians and painters across the globe can now get instant access to the latest colour formulas following the launch of the new MIXIT mobile app from AkzoNobel's Vehicle Refinishes business

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ALTANA achieves sales increase and leap in earnings 

The speciality chemicals Group ALTANA concluded the 2016 fiscal year with an increase in sales and a leap in earnings. Sales rose by 1% to €2,075M. Adjusted for acquisition and exchange rate effects, sales grew by 2% yr-on-yr.

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Heubach to present new pigments and pigment preparations at the European Coatings Show 2017

Heubach will be presenting a number of extensions to its product portfolio in Hall 7A, stand 324 at the European Coatings Show (ECS), which is to be held from April 4–6, 2017, in Nuremberg, Germany. 

 

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AkzoNobel’s Imagine Chemistry challenge generates more than 200 ideas

An enthusiastic response to AkzoNobel's Imagine Chemistry initiative has resulted in more than 200 innovative ideas being submitted by chemistry start-ups, scientists, research groups and students around the world.

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