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Axalta Coating Systems has expanded into the wagon paint market with the launch of a dedicated range of Tufcote-branded products designed to protect against chemical and corrosion damage, weathering, and chipping.
'Railcar and transportation maintenance structures are constructed to last and need a tough, durable finish to ensure their sturdy build stays intact', said Michael Heineman, Vice-President of Rail & High Performance Coatings. 'Our new Tufcote line’s formulations and field-proven technologies yield lasting results, improving the durability, protection and aesthetics of these substrates over time.'
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