AkzoNobel Receives Approval from American Honda and Acura for All Warranty Repair in the US

AkzoNobel Receives Approval from American Honda and Acura for All Warranty Repair in the US

AkzoNobel and its brands Sikkens and Lesonal have been named approved paint lines to be used by anyone performing paint repairs paid for by American Honda.

AkzoNobel-logoAmerican Honda Motor Company has recently released a service bulletin naming AkzoNobel and its brands Sikkens and Lesonal as approved paint lines to be used by anyone performing paint repairs paid for by American Honda.

“It is a huge honor to once again receive a vote of trust and confidence from American Honda Motor Company for our Sikkens and Lesonal brands,” said Jennifer Solcz, AkzoNobel Vehicle Refinishes North America marketing manager. “We worked very closely with those at American Honda to ensure that they had the approved paint and materials information that they needed to incorporate into their documentation and share with all those collision repair centers throughout the U.S. doing repair work on vehicles under these prestigious automotive brands.”

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