ARRK’s new paint spraying facility opens its doors to meet the growing UK automotive demand.
ARRK’s new paint spraying facility opens its doors to meet the growing UK automotive demand.

Product development specialist ARRK has opened a new paint spraying facility at its Composites Centre in Nuneaton, UK.

ARRK has invested in a new 15m2 Dalby Genesis Q Spray booth, along with preparation and polishing rooms, and a dedicated mixing room.

 ‘We identified a growing demand in the market place for such a service, as customers continue to embrace the use of composites,’ said Nuneaton’s general manager, Paul Patterson. ‘Our composite production capability here in Nuneaton is at the front end but we are also backed up by our sister companies around the world, from P+Z Engineering in Germany, who work on the design elements, to ARRK Shapers, in France, who produce composite tooling and associated tooling services. 

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