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SURFEX 2016 is the UK's leading coatings show. It is being held at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham, United Kingdom on 24th + 25th May in conjunction with the European Technical Coatings Congress (ETCC) on 25th + 26th May 2016.
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Types of Finishes manufactured by VIJAYCOAT
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Wood Finish
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Technical Powders Manufactured by VIJAYCOAT
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Thin Film Powders
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Government Might Look To Probe Nerolac's Postman Ad
A BJP member in Lok Sabha asked the government to take congnizance of a TV commercial which portrayed the postmen as those who respect the rich and disregard the poor.

A BJP member in Lok Sabha asked the government to take congnizance of a TV commercial which portrayed the postmen as those who respect the rich and disregard the poor.

S S Ahluwalia asked the Telecom and IT Minister, Ravi Shankar Prasad whether has he seen the commercial in which the postmen shows disrespect towards a man whose house had a poor coat of paint. He was refering to the Nerolac Paints commercial.<more>

Berger Paints focusses on auto paints as it restructures itself

The firm has 13% market share in the Rs 3,000 cr auto paints industry, but is totally absent in passenger-car segment

With a focus to increase business in the automotive paints segment, Berger Paints has restructured this line where it has transferred the passenger cars and three-wheelers division to its subsidiary while retaining the two-wheeler and commercial cars paints business.

Reasoning that the transfer of the passenger cars business to its subsidiary, BNB Coatings will open up newer profit-making avenues for the company, Berger Paints is also parting with its established three-wheelers business.<more>

Behind Berger's rise as India's second largest paints company
Everybody wants to be in the paint industry, or so it seems when Kuldip Singh Dhingra, chairman of Berger Paints, rattles off a long list of competitors who've fumbled. They all belonged to reputed houses too: Think Tata-owned Goodlass Nerolac, Kirloskar-owned Kirloskar Paints or Thapar-owned Thapar Paints. 'You name the business house and I will tell you the paint company they owned,' quips Kuldip. But, though in jest, he is making a serious point. The paint industry has proved to be a stumbling block for many established corporate houses that have made it big in a host of other industries.

In contrast, the Delhi-based Dhingras, who are originally from Amritsar, Punjab, have been paint sellers for the last five generations. And the two brothers, Kuldip (69) and Gurbachan Singh Dhingra (66), have drawn on that experience to take Berger Paints to the position of India's number two paint company.<more>

New Delhi, May 30: Berger Paints today posted a 59.72 per cent rise in consolidated net profit at Rs 92.77 crore for the fourth-quarter ended March against Rs 58.08 crore a year ago.<more>

Asian Paints reported another impressive quarter with domestic volume growth of c13%, as per our workings.
Asian Paints reported another impressive quarter with domestic volume growth of c13%, as per our workings. Management sounded incrementally more confident on demand conditions, post the rebound in 2H. Gross margin expanded another 392bps (now at the highest-ever level of 48.3%), driving a 25.7% growth in EBITDA-7% ahead of our forecast: a function of both higher volumes (2-3ppt) and better margin (76bps). The company has taken a 2% price-correction effective end-Feb'16 to pass on part of the costs deflation benefits to customers. This, plus the recent rise in commodity prices could mean that gross margin may have peaked for now. Asian Paints, long-term business opportunities remain compelling as a long-term portfolio holding but premium valuation would, in our view, constrict shorter-term stock performance.<more>

Akzo Nobel expands Indonesian coatings plant
The expansion will help the company meet growing domestic demand - driven by the petrochemical and power sectors - for its marine and protective coatings products
Akzo Nobel has completed phase one of the Euro 2.5 million expansion of its performance coatings plant in Cikarang, Indonesia. The investment will increase capacity at the facility by 40 percent and will help the company meet growing domestic demand - driven by the petrochemical and power sectors - for its international brand marine and protective coatings products.<more>

Akzo Nobel Q4 net up 18% at Rs 45 cr
Akzo Nobel India Ltd reported a net profit of Rs. 202 crore in 2015-16, up 8 per cent from Rs. 186 crore recorded in 2014-15. The company board on Friday recommended a dividend of Rs. 20 per share for the year ended March 31, 2016. The company paid Rs. 20 dividend in 2014-15 also.

In addition, the board has also recommended a special dividend of Rs. 50 per share. The dividend will be paid after the approval of the shareholders at the forthcoming Annual General Meeting.

In the fourth quarter, the PAT of the company was 18 per cent at Rs. 45 crore. Jayakumar Krishnaswamy, MD, Akzo Nobel said the fourth quarter was the strongest one in a challenging environment.<more>

ICI Dulux sets up 'Wall of Kindness
Leading decorative paints brand ICI Dulux-part of Akzo Nobel Pakistan has collaborated with renowned architect Habib Fida Ali to set up a 'Wall of Kindness' in Karachi. The idea behind the Wall, otherwise known as 'Akhwan-e-Karachi', is to provide clothing to the less fortunate living in the vicinity. The concept behind the Wall is one of sharing and contributing to the local neighborhood, with a specific focus around clothing the underprivileged.<more>

BASF says tomorrow's vehicle colors could vary with your vantage point
DETROIT -- In a few years, the color of a new vehicle could vary depending on where you're standing.

That's according to supplier BASF Corp's automotive division, which today highlighted 65 striking colors here that it said could be on vehicles by 2020.

Paul Czornij, head of design for BASF's color excellence group, said the colors BASF displayed can look different based on perspective. For instance, a blood-red paint could be designed to look lighter or darker depending on the viewers' vantage point.<more>

BASF opens new plant in West Bengal
BASF on Monday inaugurated its new production plant for concrete admixtures at Kharagpur in West Bengal.

With its sixth construction chemicals plant in the country, BASF will meet the increasing demands for high quality construction chemicals projects in the eastern part of India.<more>


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parts2clean 2016 (31 May - 2 June):

Getting clean and staying clean

 parts2clean: solutions for component cleaning, preservation and packaging

Hannover. Whether car and automotive parts industry, medical technology, aviation, precision engineering, optics or electronics -- in many sectors, information about residual surface contaminants is now a standard part of the technical specification for components, and not only dimensions and to lerances. Of course, cleanliness is the only component characteristic that can change after manufacture simply as a result of environmental influences. So it is important not only to achieve the required cleanliness specification consistently and economically, but also to maintain it until the parts are delivered to the customer or have progressed to the next processing stage. This means not only devising an effective cleaning regime, with close monitoring of cleaning bath hygiene and ongoing checks on cleanliness, but also appropriate solutions for preservation and/or packaging.

'Exhibitors will be presenting a wide range of industrial cleaning solutions at parts2clean, which runs from 31 May to 2 June 2016 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre', reports Olaf Daebler, Head of Dept., parts2clean, at Deutsche Messe AG. Exhibitor bookings for the 14th Leading International Trade Fair for Industrial Parts and Surface Cleaning compare favourably with the last show in 2014. 'Our extended program of guided tours is a great way for visitors to gather information quickly and easily about specific topics of interest to them, and to discover solutions that perfectly meet their needs', adds Daebler.

Getting the cleaning process right -- for results that last

Today it is possible to clean components to the most exacting standards, consistently and economically ‒ but only if the cleaning process has been specifically designed for the job it has to do in terms of the type of dirt that has to be removed, the component geometry, the material, the throughput rate, and the specified degree of cleanliness that has to be achieved. The outcome and cost-effectiveness of the cleaning process depend on a number of factors, including the right type of plant and cleaning medium, and the design of the cleaning bath. Another consideration is the effective removal of the loosened dirt from the cleaning bath so that it cannot accumulate and be deposited again on the cleaned components. To guarantee a continuous removal of dirt, it is essential to prepare the bath properly. For optimum results, additional instrumentation needs to be put in place to monitor critical process parameters such as concentration of cleaning agent, temperature, rinsing water quality and filter condition. Modern cleaning plants, whether water-based or solvent-based, offer the option of carrying out cleaning and preservation/corrosion protection in a continuous sequence. This is another area of specialization covered at parts2clean.

Avoiding recontamination

As soon as the cleaned components exit from the cleaning bath, the main concern is to keep them clean throughout the following stages as they are removed, checked, transported and stored. Simply enclosing or covering the area where the components are removed from the bath protects them from recontamination by environmental pollutants. In the case of workpieces that have to be cleaned to very high standards it is advisable to remove them from the bath, check and pack them in a clean-room environment. To protect components against corrosion in transit or storage, so-called VCI packaging (volatile corrosion inhibitor) is available. These are packaging materials that create a corrosion-inhibiting atmosphere inside the packaging, while at the same time protecting against dirt ingress from the outside.

Cleaning know-how for components and surfaces

The three-day parts2clean Industry Forum is a valuable source of additional information and know-how. The presentations cover a wide range of topics relating to the cleaning of industrial parts and surfaces, and will be simultaneously translated (German to English, English to German). Taking place in parallel with parts2clean from 31 May to 2 June 2016 at the Stuttgart Exhibition Centre are O&S, the International Trade Fair for Surface Treatments and Coatings, LASYS, the International Trade Fair for Laser Materials Processing, and AUTOMOTIVE Expo, an amalgamation of five trade shows covering different aspects of the automotive industry.

Deutsche Messe AG

From its headquarters in Hannover, Germany, Deutsche Messe AG plans and stages leading capital goods trade fairs around the globe. The company ranks among the five biggest tradeshow organizers in Germany, with projected revenue of 335 million euros in 2015. The company's event portfolio includes such world-leading events as CeBIT (digital business), HANNOVER MESSE (industrial technology), BIOTECHNICA/LABVOLUTION (biotechnology and lab technology), CeMAT (intralogistics and supply chain management), didacta (education), DOMOTEX (carpets and floor coverings), INTERSCHUTZ (fire prevention, disaster relief, rescue, safety and security), and LIGNA (woodworking, wood processing, forestry). With approx. 1,200 employees and a network of 66 representatives, subsidiaries and branch offices, Deutsche Messe is present in more than 100 countries worldwide.

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PaintExpo to Provide Information on Paint, Powder Coat, Coil Coat Processes
The 6th PaintExpo will take place at the Karlsruhe Exhibition Centre in Oberboihingen, Germany, April 19 to 22. With more than 470 exhibitors, the expo will provide comprehensive information for the optimization of liquid painting, powder coating and coil coating processes. The expo will cover innovations and developments ranging from pretreatment to quality control for different materials and material combinations, with an emphasis on industrial coating technology.



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