(EL RENO, Okla.) – Gemini Coatings will showcase its expanded portfolio of industrial and environmentally-conscious wood coatings at the 2022 International Woodworking Fair (IWF) in Atlanta, Georgia, Aug. 23-26.
IWF is North America’s largest woodworking tradeshow and conference, with more than 900 exhibitors and tens of thousands of attendees registered to attend. The tradeshow is a platform for the top companies in the woodworking industry to showcase solutions in architectural woodwork, cabinetry, flooring, manufacturing, products, machinery and more.
“Our team is always excited about exhibiting at IWF,” said Chris Hicks, President/CEO of Gemini Coatings. “Many of our current customers will be attending the show, and we are eager to have productive conversations with new contacts to help them best serve their customers and find high-quality coatings suited for their needs. We’re ready to offer knowledge about our cutting-edge products and the technology and quality materials we use to create them as well as .”
Gemini Coatings will be featuring it’s Industrial Wood Finishes suited for cabinet makers, industrial and OEM partners and finishers. Stains, glazes, waterborne coatings, conversion varnishes, pre-catalyzed coatings, conversion coatings, solvents and additives are part of the Gemini Industrial line. Additionally, the Sirca North America line will be showcased which offers a variety of coatings solutions that protect and enhance interior and exterior wood as well as floors, metals, glass, plastic and composite materials. Products are customizable and include polyurethanes, polyesters, epoxy resins, water-based acrylics and solvents as well as a full line of stains and colorants with an innovative tinting system.
Attendees will be able to meet face-to-face with Gemini team members during the tradeshow. Additionally, Richie Ruiz, Gemini Technical/Sales Representative, and Robert Bein, Gemini Vice President of Strategic Partnership and Business Development, will present a Finishing Workshop in partnership with the Cabinet Makers Association on Aug. 22 starting at 8:30 a.m.
IWF is open to industry trade, professionals and serious woodworking enthusiasts. Registration to attend is required. Learn more at IWFAtlanta.com.
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