AkzoNobel launches new app marine coatings
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AkzoNobel launches new app for marine coatings

11:30 AM, 9th May 2017
AkzoNobel launches new app for marine coatings
The app provides marine coatings customers with increased convenience and flexibility in accessing the company's wealth of coatings data. (File photo)

AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS: AkzoNobel NV has launched an international marine coatings mobile app, offering its customer to access the data most critical to them anytime, anywhere.

The app provides customers with increased convenience and flexibility in accessing the company's wealth of coatings data. It has been specially designed to provide access to application guides, technical datasheets, product brochures, information cards and regional contacts, as well as social media and blog posts. It is available on the Apple app store.

The app functionality will also allow storage of all relevant data on the user's device, ensuring instant access, regardless of connectivity. The app will automatically update the latest information so that customers can be assured that they have the latest specifications available at all times.

In addition to technical datasheets, application guidelines and material safety data sheets (MSDS), the app also contains a full version of the most up-to-date cargo resistance guide. This information is essential for chemical tanker operators who need to know which coatings are suitable for specific products. The glossary of terms will be invaluable in helping users keep track of the assortment of acronyms and technical terms used in the world of marine coatings, particularly those new to the industry.

"This latest development of AkzoNobel's digital innovation journey demonstrates how we are utilising the latest technology and communications channels to drive customer engagement and significantly improve user experience," said Oscar Wezenbeek, managing director at AkzoNobel's marine coatings business.

"In building relationships with our customers, we believe it is critical that they are well informed and have instant access to a wealth of information and data, wherever they are, regardless of internet connectivity," added Wezenbeek.

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