Sherwin-Williams Features New Coatings Technology for Commercial Vehicles at NTEA's Work Truck Week 2024

Feb. 28, 2024
Duraspar IP offers hide and sag resistance with the looks of an automotive finish.

Sherwin-Williams General Industrial plans to make a significant impact at NTEA's Work Truck Week 2024 with its advanced line of finishing solutions for the transportation market, according to a news release.

Designed for demanding markets, Duraspar Industrial Performance (IP) offers hide and sag resistance with the aesthetics of an automotive finish, according to the release.

Its ability to minimize rework makes it an noteworthy option for manufacturers looking to improve product quality while minimizing total applied costs.

"It's incredible the impact that coating selection can have on overall manufacturing processes," said Isabel Mevissen, Transportation Market Segment Manager for Sherwin-Williams General Industrial. "While coatings spend is only a fraction of the total finishing cost, coatings selection can have a major impact on cost drivers such as labor, touchups and rework, paint usage, downtime, and more. That's why we're proud to offer Duraspar IP, a total cost solution backed by decades of commercial vehicle industry expertise."

Duraspar IP is designed for application on a variety of work trucks, including cement mixers, tankers, street sweepers, dump and service bodies, vacuum and garbage trucks, fire and emergency vehicles, and more.

Sherwin-Williams experts will be on-hand to offer insights into what sets Duraspar IP apart from conventional coatings. The product line is available in thousands of solid and metallic colors, a selection of which will be displayed at NTEA's Work Truck Week.

Attendees are encouraged to stop by the Sherwin-Williams booth to view the available options and discover how transitioning to Duraspar IP can streamline their finishing operations, increase throughput and, ultimately, increase profitability.

NTEA's Work Truck Week 2024 will be held in Indianapolis, March 5-8.

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