Sherwin-Williams (Australia) is continuing with the manufacture and supply of Automotive OE Interior coating systems on plastics. Coating & Industrial
Technologies (CIT) started operations in October 2004 successfully designing, developing and introducing the latest technologies to the Automotive
OEM Industries, both for local and overseas productions.
The successful merger of CIT into the Sherwin-Williams Family will ensure that as a Global Group, Sherwin-Williams will be able to provide advanced
and competitive high performance coating products to the Global Automotive Industry.
CIT designed, developed and manufactured Interior & Exterior coating systems, in particular for plastic substrates, to the relevant global standards with approvals from General Motors, Toyota, Ford , VW / Audi and many more.
CIT's 950- New Generation Soft Feel has been specifically developed to meet the General Motors GMW 14867 performance specifications. This product exhibits the utmost in OE performance technology with respect to U.V , chemical and abrasion resistance. CIT is pleased to announce that this product now conforms to GMW 14445 and is now MATSPC listed.
Synchrotron Project - Major project architects, BateSmart-Melbourne approached CIT to develop and design a coating which both provides anti-graffiti protection and a special ‘purple glow effect’ when lit at night. The polycarbonate extrusion fascia panels measured 9 m in length and were imported from Germany.
Dandenong Leader. August 6 2012. A Dandenong company that has become an automotive manufacturing success story has a starring role in a Small Business Festival exhibition.