Axalta showcase latest protective coatings technology

Axalta to showcase latest protective coatings technology

9:14 AM, 21st September 2019
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HOUSTON, US: Axalta Coating Systems, a leading global supplier of liquid and powder coatings, said that it will exhibit its industrial coatings products and services at the Railway Interchange Fair in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Axalta's protective rail car coatings are formulated to meet the demands of the high-performing industrial rail car and transportation industry. The OEM and refurbishment sectors that build and repair passenger carriages, high speed trains, locomotives, tramways, and metro interiors and exteriors expect the high-performance solutions that Axalta can deliver. Product lines such as Tufcote are easy-to-apply and deliver superior protection that keep trains more durable with a beautiful finish.

Axalta's industrial rail car segment provides the industry with cost-effective products that are designed to protect rail assets and transportation equipment from chemical and corrosion damage, weathering, and chipping, while still maintaining a beautiful finish.

"We are a global leader in protective coatings that solve the most complex customer needs. Our protective coatings' formulations and field proven technologies provide lasting results, as well as improved durability and protection. Customers rely on Axalta to continue delivering solutions that help them keep their most important assets running well and looking great," said Michael Heineman, Axalta's Vice President of Rail and High-Performance Coatings.

"Axalta is the partner of choice coatings provider for the rail industry. The Railway Interchange Fair is a good opportunity to present how Axalta's products and services can keep customers competitive and at the cutting edge of protective coatings technology," added Vanessa Navarro, Axalta's Marketing Manager of General Industrial and Wood Coatings.

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