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AkzoNobel, the world’s leading powder paint supplier launched InterponBuildings, a website which showcases the company’s proven track record in architectural powder coatings.
The new site (www.interponbuildings.com) features over 300 architectural projects, all of which have been protected by Interpon powder coatings. Each project detailed on the site contains background information, product details and a comprehensive collection of photographs, including close ups. And more projects are added every week!
Barry Tomlinson, Global Marketing Director AkzoNobel Powder Coatings commented: "The launch of this website is the latest milestone in our online strategy. We are delighted to be the first coatings company to feature our projects on Google Maps and our customers now have an even greater platform to research their projects, without having to leave their desks.”
Where available, the site also includes a link to Google Maps Street View, allowing architects and visitors to access street-level imagery by zooming into the lowest level on Google Maps and view the building in situ.
"This is a fantastic new tool designed with architects in mind. It will allow them to view projects all over the world that have different coatings and colours applied in their actual environments – whether that’s hot and dry, cold and wet, residential or commercial. If they find a building nearby, they can even go and check out the coating for themselves,” added Tomlinson.
The launch of the website is part of the organisation’s ongoing efforts to enhance the quality and availability of information to its customers. It has been designed to complement the recently launched company website (www.interpon.com), with links to further product information and online ordering opportunities.