News from the Jotun Group
Read the latest news and press releases from Jotun.
Jotun Australia is formally open for Yacht business with complete yacht coating solutions
PRESS RELEASE: Jotun Australia is very pleased announcing the introduction of yachting products to the Australian Yacht and Superyacht industry. With reputation for quality, technical support and service, customers are now offered complete yacht coatings solutions.
Jotun’s unique offshore maintenance system builds market position by slashing coating application cost and extending maintenance intervals
PRESS RELEASE: Jotun has revealed that since launching the world’s first NORSOK compliant system 1 for application by brush and roller on mechanically prepared steel one year ago, its innovative solution has gone on to gain approval for more than 20 different specifications with major asset owners.
Jotun Powder Coatings announce price increase of all its products with immediate effect
PRESS RELEASE: Due to significant and continuous raw material cost increases throughout 2017 and early 2018, Jotun Powder Coatings announce price increase of all their products with immediate effect. The necessary increase will be in a range, of up to 20 per cent, depending on the specific compositions of the products.
Sales growth, but weaker profitability for Jotun
PRESS RELEASE: Jotun had a turnover of NOK 16 401 million in 2017, an increase of four per cent compared to 2016. At the same time, operating profit ended at 1 354 million, a decrease of 23 per cent. A sharp rise in raw material prices is the main reason for the decline in earnings.
Benelux Overseas expect reduced maintenance costs and enhanced efficiency with fleet-wide Jotun SeaStock agreement
PRESS RELEASE: Benelux Overseas, a leading owner and operator of advanced LPG carriers, has signed a two-year agreement with Jotun for its SeaStock maintenance solution. The Smart Pack solution, which includes a range of tailored high quality Jotamastic primers and superior topcoats, will enable the Greek-headquartered firm to slash maintenance costs and reduce waste while enhancing efficiency and environmental performance across a portfolio of 15 globally trading vessels.