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AkzoNobel has finalized the €153 million divestment of its global paper chemicals business to Kemira. The deal was first announced in July 2014.
AkzoNobel has launched a new Chartek® passive fire protection product aimed at the offshore oil and gas industry. Chartek 8E provides a significant reduction in applied weight, addressing a key customer need.
AkzoNobel has launched a revolutionary digital system which allows bodyshops to precisely measure and match the existing color on any area of a vehicle.
AkzoNobel has signed an extension to its agreement with McLaren Automotive which will see the company continue to provide high performance coatings, working as a technical partner.
Leading Spanish ferry operator Baleària has signed up to AkzoNobel's landmark carbon credits program. The company has enrolled its passenger ferry Martin i Soler into the scheme, which financially rewards ship owners by enabling them to generate income in the form of carbon credits earned by reducing CO2 emissions.
Shareholders of Akzo Nobel N.V. (AkzoNobel) adopted all the resolutions at today’s Annual General Meeting (AGM). As well as adopting the company’s 2014 financial statements, it was agreed that the 2014 financial year dividend would be €1.45 (2013: €1.45) per common share. An interim dividend of €0.33 was paid in November 2014, which means the final payment will be €1.12 per share.
Akzo Nobel N.V. (AKZA.AS; AKZOY) today reported a solid first quarter with positive developments in all three Business Areas despite a challenging market environment.
Superstar footballer Luis Suarez has been immortalized in AkzoNobel paint on the walls of his old school in Montevideo, Uruguay.
The world’s first modular car is being unveiled today at a major motor show in Amsterdam, with AkzoNobel having made an important contribution to its development.
A new report from the Economist Intelligence Unit and sponsored by AkzoNobel explores how cities can create optimal environments for citizens.
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