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Hempel started pioneering marine paints technology back in 1915 in Denmark and has since expanded to the decorative,
protective, container and yacht markets in its protective coatings business. 80 countries, 28 factories, 12 R&D facilities,
over 5,000 employees, and more than 150 stock points located strategically around the globe.

With a focus on R&D, advanced production techniques and professional coating advice, Hempel promises trusted
solutions in protecting customers’ assets from the corrosive forces of nature, extending product lifecycles and reducing
maintenance costs. Hempel invests in advanced waterborne products and innovative solutions to help customers cut fuel
consumption, reduce emissions and overall environmental impact.

Protective Coatings
From wind turbines and oil rigs to some of the world’s most famous bridges and buildings, Hempel coatings are trusted
around the world to protect valuable equipment and structures from corrosion.

With more than 40 years of experience in the protective industries and over a hundred years of experience in marine
coatings, Hempel’s comprehensive assortment of high-performance coatings are proven to perform in even the harshest
conditions. All Hempel products are designed for easy application, low maintenance and a long service life.

Marine Paints
Whether it is coatings for newbuilding, maintenance or sea stock, Hempel products will keep vessels in prime condition
for longer, from the underwater hull to the cargo tanks and ballast tanks. Hempel helps reduce fuel bills, extend 

maintenance cycles and cut drydock expenses.

Hempel has supplied marine coatings since 1915, and had launched the world’s first antifouling coating for ships’ hulls
in 1917. Hempel still leads the world in antifouling and fouling release technology and have an extensive list of reference

vessels around the globe.
 
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