Fine finishes in furniture
From garden furniture to metal office furniture and children’s furniture, a revolution is taking place – and it’s being led by consumers, closely followed by the brands that serve them. The question is, how do we make sustainability part of the furniture? From plant-based paint resins for wood to zero-VOC powder coating resins for wood and metal furniture, at DSM, we’ve taken important steps in helping the industry to develop solutions that go beyond ever-tightening regulations and manufacturer specifications – by benefitting people, planet and profit.
Building & Construction
Interior and exterior decorative, flooring, joinery and façade, and concrete constructions.
Flexible packaging, plastic food packaging, cans & containers, paper and carton packaging.
ACE, lawn and garden, heavy construction, equipment and machine parts, metal fabrication and exercise equipment.
Automotive applications, including coatings for new cars and parts, and vehicle refinishing.
White goods (refrigerator, washing machines), electronics, and electrical appliances (hairdryers).
High-performance UV-curable coatings for optical fiber material applications.
Curious to read more about the view of our segment marketer?
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Home is where the sustainable furniture is
Furniture plays a key role in creating that special homely feeling, filling spaces with memories and personality and safety of our environment should be guaranteed.
Why real coating innovation begins with the customer
Only when we are meeting an unmet customer need can we really deliver worthwhile innovation – innovation that makes a difference to real people in real life.
A step for powder coatings, a leap for the furniture industry
When people hear the words ‘technological innovation’, they probably imagine self-driving cars, smooth-talking AI assistants, or Steve Jobs introducing the iPhone.
Why complaints make the best learning opportunities
‘Don’t leave me hanging on the telephone,’ sang the American rock group, Blondie, back in 1978. Rather than unrequited love, the band might easily have been singing about the trials and tribulations of customer service.