As of Aug. 1, 2021, MIPA SE has taken over the business segment of spray paint systems for the furniture, staircase and door industries from Klumpp Coatings GmbH.
MIPA SE offers a complete range of products for almost all applications and areas of use in terms of finishing work on wood surfaces. Thanks to the many years of experience within the Mipa Group and numerous synergies within the industrial and automotive coatings business units, MIPA offers individual solutions in order to be able to comprehensively serve all customers in trade and industry.
The customer base transferred from Klumpp to MIPA in the course of the takeover can benefit from this in the long term. At the same time, both Klumpp and MIPA can strengthen their core areas.
Klumpp, together with its sister company Oskar Nolte, belongs to the Hamburg-based SIC Holding, which is owned by the Möhrle family. Klumpp has been developing coatings for the flooring and furniture industry for over 100 years. In the course of focusing on the flooring sector and on industrial furniture customers who work with environmentally compatible radiation-curing and waterborne paint systems for roller applications, the company is handing over a portfolio of customers to MIPA.
In addition to water-based solutions, MIPA SE also develops conventional solvent-based systems as well as modern high-solid and UV systems. Combined with the tradition of the Rosner brand, product quality and a high level of understanding for the requirements in trade and industry complement each other.
Klumpp Coatings, on the other hand, concentrates exclusively on environmentally compatible, radiation-curing and water-based coating systems. With this focus and through investments in this area – such as excimer laboratory equipment for ultra-matt systems – the company aims to expand its position as a technology leader for flooring systems.
In combination with Oskar Nolte GmbH, which concentrates exclusively on major customers in the furniture sector, the company is striving to become the world’s leading partner for its customers in the field of environmentally compatible roller coating systems. These are mainly used on wood and wood-based materials, but increasingly also on substrates such as vinyl and composite systems.
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