With bodyshops needing to ‘Rethink’ their operations during these challenging economic times, premium vehicle refinishes brand Sikkens has developed an all-new one-stop filler, which can significantly improve productivity while lowering energy costs.
Rising energy prices and the need to reduce carbon emissions have highlighted the need to ‘Rethink’ the way Vehicle Refinishing (VR) businesses approach sustainability.
In the latest Automotive Insights: refinish podcast, host Graham Threlfall, Global Key Account manager from Akzo Nobel, talks to Michael Giarrizzo, President and CEO of DCR Systems.
Bodyshops can now take advantage of the vehicle refinish industry’s first repair calculator to measure, manage and reduce carbon emissions, which has been developed by AkzoNobel.
Sikkens, a premium refinishes brand of AkzoNobel is launching a new campaign aimed at encouraging vehicle refinishing businesses to ‘Rethink’ sustainability throughout the entire refinishing journey.
McLaren Racing and AkzoNobel have extended and expanded their long-running partnership. The new multi-year agreement will deepen the successful 13-year relationship and explore new possibilities in the areas of sustainability, technological innovation and
McLaren F1 racing driver Lando Norris visits AkzoNobel’s Sassenheim site
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If you want to understand what a Rapid Repair concept is, how this approach can help you dealing with the increase in small and medium repairs effectively and what solutions are available then you don’t want to miss this episode. Listen to the podcast now!
Every crisis creates new opportunities – Now that business travel, face-to-face meetings and events cannot take place the AkzoNobel vehicle refinish team came up with another way to communicate.
Honda Motor Europe has renewed its approval of AkzoNobel vehicle refinish brands Sikkens® and Lesonal® for aftermarket repairs of Honda vehicles in Europe until 2024.