Construction begins on new Wuppertal site

28 October 2014

Axalta Coating Systems has broken ground in Wuppertal, Germany, on construction to expand its capacity to produce waterborne coatings. The new facility will increase the footprint of what is already the largest of the company’s 35 manufacturing centres. Production is expected to begin in Q1, 2015.

At the ceremony to mark the event, attended by Wuppertal’s Mayor, Peter Jung, media and Axalta employees – Axalta Chairman and CEO Charlie Shaver underscored the company’s commitment to the production of environmentally responsible waterborne paint technologies.

"A growing demand for high-performance waterborne paint solutions prompted our decision to expand in Wuppertal,” Shaver said. "This facility will use a number of advanced technologies to decrease waste and reduce the environmental footprint of our operations.

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