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15 November 2018 - Texas, US-based automotive paint supplier XPEL, Inc.
Two wheelers, particularly motorcycles are a vital component of automotive paints demand.
Automotive paint is used widely both for the vehicle interior and exterior and for almost every material used in automobiles such as lightweight steel, plastic, aluminum, metal alloys, fiber and other new materials.
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The Company wing showcased the latest products in the Egyptian and Arabic markets, especially in the fields of interior design, chemical paints, and automotive paints.
Muenster's pieces incorporate bits of vintage jewelry, fossils, stones from "rock hounds" and recycled "Fordite," which is made of multiple layers of automotive paint.
Hashemi puts the value of the decorative and automotive paint sectors at around US$500 million.
Risk of any contamination by oil is effectively eliminated during food and beverage processing, pharmaceuticals manufacturing and packaging, electronics manufacturing, automotive paint spraying and powder coating as well as textile manufacturing.
Compared to the retrospective's centerpiece, Untitled, 2001, a massive fractal sphere finished in iridescent green-purple automotive paint, Larner's new work feels rougher around the edges, and better for it.
said Wednesday it will build an automotive paint laboratory in Japan to facilitate technical approvals for coatings used by Japanese carmakers and support their assembly operations.

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