Materials Performance

SEP 2018

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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11 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 9 SEPTEMBER 2018 Continued on page 12 about €80 million. According to Henkel, the transaction is in line with a strategy by the company to strengthen its portfolio through targeted investments. "With acquiring Aislantes Nacionales S.A., we will enter the attractive Chilean building materials market in a strong position," says Jan-Dirk Auris, an executive vice pres- ident responsible for the company's adhe- sive technologies business. "The strong brands and technologies, as well as the well-positioned portfolio, will further strengthen our position in Latin America." Hardide Coatings Hires Business Development Engineer Mark Hanania. Ad- vanced surface coating technol- ogy com- pany Hardide Coatings (Oxford- shire, United Kingdom) appointed Mark Hanania as a business development engineer based in Houston, Texas, USA, to further growth in the group's oil, gas, and energy sectors throughout North America. Hanania was previously with 3M Canada (London, On- tario, Canada), where he was responsible for driving the company's innovation into the Alberta and British Columbia oil and gas markets. He brings 20 years of engi- neering and business development experi- ence. According to the company, strong de- mand growth from oil and gas customers in North America and Hardide's recent entry into the aerospace market is under- pinning significant investment in coating technology and quality accreditation at the company's U.S. coating facility in Martins- ville, Virginia, USA. At that facility, a third coating reactor is slated to be installed by Fall 2018 to accommodate increased de- mand from oil and gas operating and service companies. DENSO Issues Education Grants to Develop Workforce The DENSO North America Foundation (DNAF), a philanthropic arm of automo- tive technology and components supplier DENSO North America (Southfield, Michi- gan, USA), recently confirmed its 2018 college and university grants, with nearly $1 million in overall funding allocated to 25 institutions of higher learning across

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