Quest Specialty Coatings Acquires Patriot Paint - BodyShop Business

Quest Specialty Coatings Acquires Patriot Paint

Quest Specialty Coatings, a division of Quest Specialty Chemicals, announced that it has acquired the coatings business of Patriot Paint in Portland, Ind. Patriot Paint was founded in 1980 and exists as one of the industry’s unique producers of coatings systems for metal substrates.

“The acquisition of Patriot Paint adds to our product and market offerings in our overall objective to provide the industrial and transportation markets with a variety of solutions for how to protect and treat all metal substrates,” said David Brunori, executive vice president of Quest Specialty Coatings. "The addition of Patriot Paint to the Quest family will help to strengthen the overall foundation and product scope that is currently being offered."

From zero VOC, anti-corrosive transportation coatings to multilayer decorative systems for metal caskets, Patriot Paint has become recognized for its specialized, environmentally sensitive, low-cost solutions for almost any metal substrate application, Quest noted.

Quest Specialty Coatings is a manufacturer in the aftermarket automotive paint industry supplying high quality paints, primers, hardeners, clearcoats and reducers.


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