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Como Gets Credit: AkzoNobel’s Como site achieves highest automotive industry quality certification

Como, Italy — AkzoNobel’s powder coatings site in Como, Italy has received International Automotive Task Force (IATF) 16949 certification.

This certification specifically represents the global technical specification and quality management standard for the automotive industry. The certification focuses on several areas, including continuous improvement, defect prevention and waste reduction within the automotive supply chain.

The AkzoNobel Como site—which recently completed a major capacity expansion—is the company’s largest powder coatings facility.

“We’re very proud that our Como site has received this certification,” said Jeff Jirak, Director of AkzoNobel’s Powder Coatings business in a press release.

“It means that we now have three certified powder sites in Europe—following Arnsberg in Germany and Izmir in Türkiye—which demonstrates our unwavering commitment to excellence and customer satisfaction.”

“Our search for better never stops,” continued Jirak. “Receiving IATF 16949 accreditation is recognition for our tireless efforts to continuously improve and meet the stringent requirements of the automotive industry.”

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