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PPG buys AkzoNobel

I wonder if this will affect anything??? As you may know AkzoNobel makes Sikkens and Interlux products............maybe a good fit, maybe not???

Akzo Nobel Sells North American Paints Unit to PPG for $1 Billion - WSJ.com
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I wonder if this will affect anything??? As you may know AkzoNobel makes Sikkens and Interlux products............maybe a good fit, maybe not???

Akzo Nobel Sells North American Paints Unit to PPG for $1 Billion - WSJ.com

Akzo also owns Awlgrip & PPG makes a similar product line.......
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Re: PPG buys AkzoNobel

"Akzo also owns Awlgrip & PPG makes a similar product line....... "

so do you think that now we may have a monopoly starting up?
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Re: PPG buys AkzoNobel

PPG makes outstanding products in my experience - I'm not going to start worrying.

Coating materials are a very rapidly changing field - how long will the ultra toxic two parts even be legal?
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Re: PPG buys AkzoNobel

will l water based paint be replacing marine polyurethanes? is my question.. water base is becoming law in automotive, I think.
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