AkzoNobel and Prismatic Powders have formed a partnership.

Customers can now order less than a single box of selected Interpon Ready-to-Ship (RTS) powders (there are nearly 500 to choose from) and have them shipped within three business days or faster. This not only helps coaters in supporting their existing customers but also to take on new business when the need is more urgent than urgent.

 

The new partnership between Interpon and Prismatic combines the best of all worlds: Interpon is a global leader in quality powder coatings that are used in a variety of industry sectors and products, including radiators, light fittings, refrigerators, freezers, and dishwashers. Prismatic has a state-of-the-art e-commerce platform that is already widely respected and well-proven in serving customers with fast and cost-effective shipping options.

 

The ability to order smaller quantities (the minimum order quantity is now as little as 0.9kg) also helps to significantly reduce waste – and therefore cost – and support a more responsible sustainability agenda.

 

“Our products not only support a coater’s existing business but can help open new doors and start new conversations,” said Jim Clark, regional marketing manager of AkzoNobel in North America.. “Getting products to your door, in the quantity that you need, and in the time that you need it, will help keep you and your customers happy and your production line rolling.”

 

“We want to support coaters by being the biggest, the fastest, and the best,” added Daniela Vlad, managing director of AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings business. “It is further evidence of how AkzoNobel continues to find new ways of serving our customers in an increasingly competitive and fast-moving business environment.”

 

While standard delivery will be 1-3 days, the premium Fast Pass service will allow customers to receive products on the same day as their order. 

 

The service is now available to customers in the United States of America and Canada.

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