Aerosols and Small Packaging is big business for HMG Paints, the UK’s Largest Independent Paint Manufacturer, who have proved good things do come in small packages. With the continued growth in production capacity and output in the company’s Aerotube Department and an ever expanding portfolio of products, the company has now made available a full customer specific price list for its Aerosols & Small Packaging portfolio on its website, www.hmgpaint.com
As well as the Small Packaging and Aerosol Price Lists and information, HMG’s customer base can also access a wealth of data, including customised VOC Statements, Order Status, Special Prices and Technical & Material Safety Data Sheets,when they register their account. “The new features developed for the website are based on our customers’ requests, at HMG we’ve always listened to customers and these new features gives our customers easy and quick access to valuable information.” said Stephen Dyson, HMG’s Marketing Manager
The Aerotube department, responsible for the packing of aerosols and small pack size products, produces over 220,000 litres of paint per year packed into tins from 12mls to 1 litres, a mix of HMG products and Toll manufacture contracts for customers, including over 360,000 Aerosols a year, in a wide variety of Paint Systems.
However the most impressive product, and also one of the oldest produced in the department, is its range of adhesives that have become the chosen tool for many Archaeological restoration projects. HMG Paints Heat & Waterproof Adhesive was originally developed by the company’s founder Herbert Falder during World War II and is still one of the companies most popular products thanks to good all-round adhesion to ceramics, metal, wood, paper, leather and cloth, withstanding water and heat up to 100˚C and being touch dry within 5 minutes and hard dry in 10 minutes. HMG Paints range of adhesives have something of a cult following amongst Archaeologists and restoration specialists and are a common site on digs and restoration projects around the globe.
HMG first turned to producing paints and adhesives in small packaging during World War 2 - raw materials were in extremely short supply so it made business sense to sell products into a market where only tiny amounts were required, Like everything HMG does the small packaging business has been driven by change and innovation and now provides a wide range of products in a comprehensive range of small packaging and aerosols packed in a purpose-built, high-tech Aerotube plant.
The website also offers latest news and press releases from HMG and a raft of product information as well as a coatings knowledge base, though as always HMG Paints aren’t resting on their laurels and are always looking for comments and feedback on the website, which can be emailed to Stephen “Paddy” Dyson @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Enquiries or Further information requests to HMG Paints at Riverside Works, Collyhurst Road, Manchester M40 7RU, telephone 0161 205 7631, email email@example.com, www.hmgpaint.com