The North Sea, "the shallow, northeastern arm of the Atlantic Ocean, located between the British Isles and the mainland of northwestern Europe," is one of the world's most dangerous seas with punishing weather that often batters vessels attempting to navigate its waters.
No matter where you are in the world today, chances are good that you have encountered a coating made by PPG, a trusted supplier of coatings for leading consumer electronics manufacturers.
With a mission to protect and beautify the world, PPG is continually developing smarter solutions that keep us at the forefront of product compliance, sustainability and innovation.
David Linford, EMEA appliance segment manager and global key account manager, joined PPG in 2012 and has held six different roles in two PPG business units in the years since.
How do you build a "green" library that changes colors? The answer to that riddle was solved by DWL Architects & Planners through their work on the Appaloosa Branch Library in Scottsdale, Arizona.
Before becoming a part of our EMEA coil coatings team, Martin Lobert had been working for over 25 years in the coatings business and brought experience from all over the world to his role. He also picked up some very interesting skills from his "other job". If we said that he is the perfect person to lead pilot projects, you will probably end up agreeing in more ways than one!
For more than a century, PPG has worked to transform the paint and coatings industry with leading-edge technologies that meet the changing needs of consumers, manufacturers and the world.
Pittsburgh-based corporations PNC Financial Services Group and PPG have played integral roles in the development of sustainable architecture. PNC has more newly constructed LEED®-certified green buildings than any company in the world, while its local neighbor is the only building products company to offer customers such as PNC single-source access to sustainable glass, coatings and paints.
PPG's 2021 paint color forecast reflects a renewed focus on wellbeing, sustainability and human connection. But how are these trends influencing the wood-stain looks in our homes, institutions, retail spaces and workplaces?