Alucobond launches series of colours, surfaces

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NEW DELHI: Swiss major 3A Composites and manufacturer of high-quality aluminium composite materials, Alucobond, has launched a unique and classic range of colours
and surfaces to boost its premier portfolio. The three new offerings are:
Colourscapes, Concrete and Grove.

With addition of these three series, Alucobond has presented a new captivating
portfolio of more than 40 colours to choose from. Introducing the best surface
coating and colours for long – term architectural use with these three series,
ALUCOBOND has facilitated the architects to give a distinct identity to their designs.
This new portfolio has been specially designed for the premium commercial and
residential buildings, airports, shopping malls or institutions, which are underway in
various parts of India.

Currently, the Company is targeting the architects, developers
and fabricators in major markets in India through its dedicated and well-established
sales network. 3A Composites has been manufacturing ACP materials in its own
state-of-the-art facility near Pune established in 2007, which is in perfect congruence
with Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ initiative.

Talking about the launch, Ranjeet Sharma, President and CEO, 3A Composites
India Private Limited said, “Our flagship brand ALUCOBOND has always been the
preferred choice of architects when it comes to installing ACP. To enable the
architects to unleash their best creativity for modern and stylized buildings with
safe fire-retardant materials, we have introduced three new colour series in our
already existing portfolio. This will bring a new wave of designing trend and help
the architects achieve designing elegance with safety.”

In India, Alucobond has been widely used in the construction of about 25
Airports, many premier educational institutes like the IITs, hundreds of major petrol
pumps, major metro stations in New Delhi, etc. Some of the recent landmark projects

Alucobond has been used are Sabarmati High-Speed Rail Terminal, India
International Convention & Expo Centre (IICC) in Dwarka, New Delhi which is
India’s largest Convention Centre under construction, Jio Convention Centre and Jio
World Drive in Mumbai, etc.