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AkzoNobel finalies acquisition of Disa Technology

Published: 4 September 2017 - Jack Cheeseman

AkzoNobel has finalised the acquisition of French manufacturer, Disa Technology (Disatech). The acquisition strengthens AkzoNobel’s global leadership position in supplying industrial coatings and aerospace and automotive coatings.

Headquartered in Limoges, France, Disatech is one of the leaders in aerospace technical marking systems. The company specializes in the manufacture of self-adhesive vinyl, polyester and polycarbonate films used on aircraft, vehicles, agricultural machinery and other equipment.

The acquisition of Disatech will bring new technologies and services that complement AkzoNobel’s existing portfolio of coatings and films for the aerospace and transport sectors.

Commenting on the final agreement, AkzoNobel COO Paints & Coatings Ruud Joosten, said: “With the acquisition now finalised we can further invest in growth and innovation. The technology and knowledge acquired from Disatech strengthens the product and service range we can offer to our customers, bringing them numerous benefits.”

Financial details were not disclosed.

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