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Double Contract for Jotun India

Published on 2009-12-01. Author : SpecialChem

Jotun India recently secured the order to supply paint for the expansion of Chennai airport and the modernization of Kolkata airport. Several thousand square meters at the two airports will be painted with Jotun products.

Chennai airport

The paint contract with Chennai airport includes paint supply for Phase I - Kamaraj Domestic Terminal (74,527 square meters) and Phase II - the expansion of the existing Anna International Terminal (65,000 square meters). The contract was received from the Consolidated Construction Consortium (CCCL) and Herve Pomerleau International (HPI).

CCCL will execute this project with Canada-based HPI, which will be its technological partner. CCCL and HPI secured the order from the Airports Authority of India.

Jotun will deliver epoxy primer and coating, Penguard Midcoat and high performance topcoat, as well as solvent based intumescent coating. The project is scheduled to be completed in 26 months.

Kolkata airport

Jotuns contract with Kolkata airport was received from ITD Cem, a leading construction company, with more than seven decades of experience in India. The upgrade of Kolkata airport will raise the airport's passenger handling capacity to around 20 million annually, from the present 4.9 million that compromises 882,000 passengers at the international terminal, and 4.06 million travelers at the domestic terminal.

Jotun will supply Penguard Express ZP and Hardtop XP, to protect the upgraded airport, which is to be completed within 30 months. ITD Cem was awarded the modernization project in October 2008, and started the modernization work in November same year.

Source: Jotun

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