AkzoNobel Opens New Coatings Plant in India

AkzoNobel has strengthened its manufacturing footprint in India by opening a new €20 million decorative paints plant in Gwalior, which will have an annual capacity of 55 million liters.

The eco-efficient Greenfield facility – AkzoNobel’s sixth factory in India – will supply a range of decorative paints and create improved distribution channels for the popular Dulux brand.   

The new site will also help speed up transportation times and reduce the cost of logistics. Speaking at today’s official inauguration, AkzoNobel CEO Ton Büchner said: “India plays an extremely important role in our growth strategy and the new Gwalior site underlines our commitment to creating a leading coatings powerhouse in India.

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Date: 30 October 2013
Source: www.coatingsworld.com

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