Blue and green pigments for coatings, available from UK stock
Since its creation in 1972, Mazda Colours has consistently driven expansion, diversification, and innovation. This has solidified their position as a global leader in the manufacture of Copper Phthalocyanine crude and pigments. Mazda’s 3 manufacturing plants across India function alongside a fully equipped R&D laboratory and an uncompromising Culture of Quality. This allows production of their full range of blue and green pigments to be accomplished whilst maintaining the core tenets on which Mazda was founded: Excellence, Innovation and Trust.
Stort Group are pleased to offer Mazda powder pigments to the UK market. This versatile pigment portfolio offers solutions for paints, plastics and printing inks, detergents, rubber and textiles, and our UK stock holding puts those solutions where you need them when you need them! Options with technical specifications ranging from heat and migration resistant, weather fast, and food contact-approved mean our team can help you find the right solution whatever your requirements.
The Mazda Vision:
With a global customer base and annual capacity exceeding 20,000 metric tonnes, nothing at Mazda is small and their vision is no different: to become the global market leader in the manufacture and distribution of pigments with an unparalleled reputation for customer satisfaction and corporate responsibility.
This goal reflects Mazda’s strong commitment to the quality and consistency of its pigments and supply chain, along with the desire to place sustainability and ethics at the forefront. Mazda Colours’ chairman Mr Amit Choksey describes these principles as benefiting the earth, customers, employees, stakeholders, and the overall vision in which the company operates.
Quality and consistency are supported through in-house CPC crude production. This allows Mazda’s dedicated lab team to run quality control processes right through from auditing raw material suppliers to application testing of final products. Their state-of-the-art R&D facilities and pilot plant provide the flexibility and innovation required to consistently meet customer demands, offering products suitable for applications from aqueous inks to natural rubbers.
A safety-conscious approach has led to an incredible accident-free record across their production. Sophisticated waste management and rainwater-harvesting facilities conserve resources and protect the surrounding environment. This is just one example of their innovative approach allowing Mazda to ensure they are adopting modern practice and eco-friendly processes where possible.