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Salman Khan ‘Breathes Easy’ with BergerBerger Paints India tied up with Being Human
Salman Khan ‘Breathes Easy’ with BergerBerger Paints India tied up with Being Human – The Salman Khan Foundation, a registered charitable trust set up by the actor for helping the cause of the underprivileged. The paints major has announced the co-branding of its ‘Breathe Easy’ range of paints brand with the charitable trust as part of the company’s commitment towards environmental safety.
The company labels this range as the Green paint, which according to the company conforms to VOC (volatile organic compound) norms even as per International standards. As part of the co-branding effort, for every litre of the paint sold, Berger will donate Rs. 4 to Being Human. In addition, Berger has committed to provide ‘Breathe Easy’ paint to two schools and one hospital supported by Being Human.
Speaking on this association Abhijit Roy, Managing Director, Berger Paints India said, “We are excited to associate with Being Human for our green paint brand, Breathe Easy. As an organisation, we are committed towards fulfilling our responsibility towards the welfare of society. This tie up is part of our effort to support the cause of providing education and healthcare to the underprivileged. We are looking forward to a fruitful association with Being Human.”<more>
When will DuPont pay up?
More than a year after DuPont announced that it would reimburse homeowners for damage caused by its herbicide Imprelis, Janet DaPrato is still waiting. She and others have now spent two summers gazing at brown skeletons where healthy trees once stood.
“We have not heard anything yet,” said DaPrato, who said Imprelis damaged six trees at her Northwest Side home. “I really don’t care as much about the money. I just want to change my trees out.”
Homeowners and landscapers worry that time may be running out. If they don’t receive payment soon, they will miss the fall planting season.
“Our clients are getting fed up,” said Mark Wehinger, a partner in Environmental Management Inc., a Dublin landscaper. “Why is this taking so long?”<more>
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|Akzo Nobel India Ltd :
Unaudited financial results for the first Quarter of financial year 2012-13
Today, the Board of Directors of Akzo Nobel India Limited approved the unaudited financial results for the first quarter (ended 30th June) of the FY 2012-13.
Unaudited financial results - Performance Highlights*
Total income for the quarter is 5498 million rupees as against 3386 million rupees; a QoQ growth of 62%
Earnings from Operations at 440 million rupees as against 418 million rupees; a QoQ growth of 5%
Raw material cost increase of 14% and currency depreciation have impacted operating margin
Stepped up investments in brand and new products in coating segments
Other Income for the quarter at 355 million rupees has dropped by 78 million rupees, due to staggered maturity of investments, partially offset by tax refund
Profit after tax (PAT) for the quarter is 609 million rupees as against 680 million rupees; a QoQ decline of 10% <more>
Swastika hands over paint to idolmakers
Kolkata, Sept 25 (IBNS) Tollywood actress Swastika Mukherjee added a touch of glamour to an occasion where Dulux Paints, from the house of Akzo Nobel India, in association with Kumartuli idol makers of Kolkata on Saturday handed over free paint for idol painting to the artisans here.
The Dulux team contributed over 700 litre free paint worth Rs 3 lakh towards the painting of as many as 4000 Idols of Ma Durga with one its most premium products- Velvet Touch.
Santosh Kumar, Regional Manager, East, Akzo Nobel India Limited, said: "We feel honored and proud to be associated with the most colourful and celebrated festival of Durga Puja in our country."
Swastika Mukherjee, who also painted the goddess in the making, said, “This initiative by Dulux has provided me an opportunity
to colour the lives of the artisans who, like each year, dedicatedly work towards beautifying Durga idols."<more>
Kansai Nerolac has launched a new brand campaign 'No VOC No Gadbad'
The new campaign aims at educating consumers on the side effects of the VOC (volatile organic chemicals) in paints. The campaign features their brand ambassador Shah Rukh Khan.
Kansai Nerolac VP- Marketing and Sales Sukhpreet Singh said, "We have always encouraged healthy and safer living and with this campaign, we aim at educating the need for checking about VOC content while choosing paints, VOC in paints can be harmful. Also paints are not just choosing a color or design it is a lot more than just beautification. This innovative concept aims at reaching out to the end consumers across strata be it the painters, Architect, Interior decorators and consumers. This further strengthens our brand commitment towards creating a safer environment and encouraging use of paints."<more>
New-look Asian Paints to flood markets as sales slump
MUMBAI: The paints major Asian Paints today said that it plans to launch a slew of products across the segments in the coming months to bring back buoyancy in the market hit by slowdown.
Carlyle Group to acquire DuPont auto paint business in $5 billion deal
Jonathan Ernst/Reuters - Carlyle’s deal with DuPont has Wall Street buzzing because Carlyle appears to be increasingly active while its major peers are quiet. Blackstone Group, KKR and TPG Group have not been nearly as busy as Washington-based Carlyle.
The Carlyle Group has been single-handedly fueling the private equity deal market this summer, sealing at least four blockbuster acquisitions with its latest announcement on Thursday that it would purchase E.I. DuPont de Nemours & Co.’s global auto paint business for $4.9 billion in cash.
The DuPont deal has Wall Street buzzing because Carlyle appears to be increasingly active while its major peers are quiet. Blackstone Group, KKR and TPG Group have not been nearly as busy as Washington-based Carlyle.<more>
BASF India scouts for land in Chennai to set up facility
The Indian unit of the world's largest chemicals company BASF, BASF India Ltd, is looking to set up a greenfield facility in Chennai by 2015 to address the growing demand for emission control catalysts for the automotive sector. The decision comes against the backdrop of more cities coming under the Bharat Stage IV (BS IV) emission control norms by 2015, according to a company executive.
Anticipating a growth in the number of vehicles needing to adhere to the new norms, the company plans to ramp up capacity with the capabilities to address the trucks market, which so far has not been under the norm. The company is on the lookout for land in the state for setting up the facility.<more>
Vinythai to build Bt7.2bn chemical plant in China
The Nation September 21, 2012 1:00 am
Vinythai Plc plans to invest Bt7.2 billion to build an epichlorohydrin plant in China as part of its drive to double its total annual production capacity of the compound to 200,000 tonnes by mid-2014, board chairman Roger Lester Kearns said.
Vinythai produces and markets a wide range of PVC resins as well as caustic soda for customers across Asia. Epichlorohydrin is a highly reactive compound used in the production of glycerol, plastics, epoxy glues and resins, and elastomers. Epoxy resin is used as a coating to prevent rust in electronic products, automobiles, aeroplanes and wind turbines used to produce electricity.
Kearns said the plant would use Epicero technology to produce 100,000 tonnes of the compound a year. Investment will be complete by the middle of 2014. The company spent Bt4.5 billion to build an epichlorohydrin plant with production capacity of 100,000 tonnes a year in Thailand last year. The local plant will start to operate at full capacity in 2013.
"Our investment will support demand growth in China and the Asean market," he said.<more>
PPG On Watch After Blaze
September 3, 2012
NEW MARTINSVILLE - Employees at PPG Industries' Natrium facility on Sunday were keeping a close eye on the scene of a blaze that injured a firefighter and shut down part of W.Va. 2.
According to Marshall County Emergency Management Agency Director Tom Hart, the fire was reported at the southern Marshall County facility around 6:45 p.m. Saturday. Firefighters from Washington Lands, Moundsville and New Martinsville assisted the on-site PPG fire brigade.
Wetzel and Marshall county sheriff's deputies and New Martinsville police officers were called to shut down a section of W.Va. 2 for about 10 minutes.
Smoke pours from a Saturday evening fire at PPG’s Natrium plant in Marshall County.
Hart said the fire was extinguished around 9:30 p.m., and firefighters from outside agencies that were monitoring the scene for hot spots were released about two hours after that. The PPG fire brigade was still watching the scene Sunday, he said.
Emergency personnel transported one firefighter to the hospital as a precaution, Hart said. That man, who had difficulty breathing, was kept overnight for observation and released from the hospital Sunday morning, he reported.
According to Hart, the cause of the fire is still under investigation. He said PPG will conduct an internal investigation, and when that is complete, meet with all the fire departments that responded Saturday. <more>
PG to display solar
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Nerolac - Change in Directorate
Kansai Nerolac Paints Ltd has informed BSE that by a Circular Resolution dated September 03, 2012, the Directors of the Company have accepted the resignation of Mr. S. M. Datta, an Independent Director on die Board of the Company with ettect from August 31, 2012.<more>
Nordson names new top executive at EDI
CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS. (Sept. 17, 7:15 p.m. ET) -- Nordson Corp. has brought in one if its veterans to become top executive of Extrusion Dies Industries, which it purchased in May.
Nordson announced Sept. 17 that Godfrey Sandham has become vice president and general manager of EDI. He will relocate from his native England to EDI headquarters in Chippewa Falls. He will oversee the integration of EDI into Nordson, and coordinate EDI with a Belgian flat-die maker Nordson bought in 2011, called Constructiewerkhuizen G. Verbruggen NV.
AkzoNobel’s CEO Ton Büchner takes temporary leave of absence
AkzoNobel’s Supervisory Board today announced that CEO Ton Büchner is taking a leave of absence as a result of a medical condition. This decision has been made based on medical advice following Ton Büchner being diagnosed with temporary fatigue. His recovery is expected to enable him to return to work in the first half of October.
In the meantime, the Supervisory Board has asked CFO Keith Nichols to coordinate and be first point of contact on the Executive Committee. Antony Burgmans, member of the Supervisory Board, will be on hand to offer advice and support to Keith and the Executive Committee. <more>
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