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AkzoNobel’s Performance Coatings business is working with global technology powerhouse Siemens to provide coatings and corrosion protection for the expansion of a major power plant in Düsseldorf, Germany.
Akzo Nobel N.V. (AKZA.AS; AKZOY) today reported a second quarter with positive developments in profitability of all three Business Areas despite a challenging market environment.
Over 200 dignitaries including representatives from The Netherlands, military historians and local officials will gather tomorrow to mark the 70th anniversary of a daring World War II rescue of a Dutch submarine by the U.S.S. Cod. The “Cod” is now an important historical and cultural landmark, located in Cleveland, Ohio.
AkzoNobel's Decorative Paints business in the UK has been awarded the Carbon Trust Triple Standard, becoming one of the first companies to be recertified for all three Carbon Trust Standards for reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, waste and water usage.
AkzoNobel’s landmark carbon credits methodology for the shipping industry has won the Best Offsetting Project award in the 2015 Voluntary Carbon Market Rankings.
AkzoNobel today announced the sale of its biomaterials technology to Ashland Inc. The transaction is expected to be completed in the third quarter of this year.
AkzoNobel’s contribution to fusing modern technology with classic painting techniques is being celebrated in Amsterdam today during a special viewing of Vincent Van Gogh’s newly-restored Field with Irises near Arles.
AkzoNobel Performance Coatings is investing around €3 million ($3.4 million) to expand its research and development facilities in Houston, Texas.
One of the largest clean energy projects in Europe is benefiting from coatings technology supplied by AkzoNobel. The company's products are helping to protect the Gode Wind offshore wind farm near the German North Sea coast.
AkzoNobel and Evonik Industries have joined forces to build and operate a new membrane electrolysis facility for potassium hydroxide solution and chlorine in Germany. Start-up is expected by the end of 2017.
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