Axalta launches Duxone colour retrieval website in India

Axalta launches Duxone colour retrieval website in India

11:10 AM, 23rd July 2019
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DELHI, INDIA: Axalta for the first time in India, has launched Duxone colour retrieval website. A website where painters can directly log in and source the information about a particular shade/colour as per the type and make of a particular vehicle.

This site is beneficial to find the closest colour formulation instantly, hence it makes the bodyshop’s process accurate and quicker.

Coupled with the quicker, user-friendly website, Axalta’s newly - launched faster, smaller and more accurate spectrophotometer can wirelessly connect to the colour retrieval system, thus boosting the bodyshop productivity with right-first-time colour matches.

The spectrophotometer, colour retrieval system and the technology are designed to achieve the perfect colour match efficiently and reliably with accuracy every day in the bodyshop. The complete system when used in conjunction with the user-friendly site, results in a fully digital colour management experience.

The Duxone colour retrieval website boasts over 1,300 formulas, and spectrophotometers by Axalta can be utilized to find a best closest match colour code on the website. It goes without saying that the online procedure is sure to enhance customer satisfaction with colour capabilities of Duxone range.

“The spectro connection were available only for premium range of products and now it gives us immense pleasure to launch them in India for retail range. The fully equipped website and spectro comapatibilty makes shade matching process quicker and it leads to save time and increase productivity at bodyshops,” said Vinay Rajadhyaksha, Managing Director, Axalta Coating Systems, India.

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