Jotun Australia is formally open for Yacht business with complete yacht coating solutions
22 May 2018, Jotun Australia announced 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, the company said in its press release.
Jotun has for years been a market leading, antifouling supplier to the Australian yacht & commercial markets. Antifouling production from the Jotun Melbourne factory, stocks supported by more than 15 warehouses and distributors throughout Australia and New Zealand and the specialist top coat range imported from Europe ensuring the same high level of quality used today in the European market.
With the introduction of this complete range of purpose built yachting products now in place, Jotun Australia’s Marine team can now offer a complete, single source solution for the rapidly growing Australian yacht market as well as for visiting yachts from Europe who are now often heading to South East Asia and Asia Pacific.
The Jotun yachting range of products have built a reputation second to none in Europe, Middle East and USA with more than30 % of the largest 200 superyachts coated with Jotun’s products. The comprehensive specialist yachting range of antifouling, primers, fillers and topcoats are especially designed for yachts and superyachts, and fully supported by an unrivalled standard of technical service and a global network supply.
Jotun is one of the world's leading manufacturers of decorative paints, marine, protective and powder coatings. The Group has 64 companies and 40 production facilities on all continents, and more than 9 800 employees. Jotun products are available in more than 100 countries through own subsidiaries, joint ventures, agents, branch offices and distributors. The Jotun Group’s sales in 2017 was NOK 16.4 billion. The Jotun Group is organised into four segments and seven geographical regions, and has its head office in Sandefjord, Norway.