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Axalta Coating Systems Establishes New Headquarters in Pennsylvania

October 4, 2013

Axalta Coating Systems is establishing new headquarters for both its corporate and its North America operations. The new corporate headquarters offices, which opened on September 30, are in Center City Philadelphia at Two Commerce Square. The North America offices in Concord Township will open on October 31. The move will bring more than 100 jobs to Philadelphia and more than 230 to the township. 

“We are tremendously excited about our new facilities in Pennsylvania,” explained Charlie Shaver, chairman and CEO of Axalta Coating Systems.  “New offices are a vital element in our plan to communicate our independence and new identity to our customers, our employees and other stakeholders in the U.S. and around the world.” 

The Philadelphia corporate headquarters will direct Axalta’s global operations.  With 2012 revenues of $4.3 billion, Axalta is the fifth largest coatings company in the world, employing more than 12,000 people in 130 countries on six continents.  Axalta operates 35 manufacturing facilities, seven research and development centers and 42 customer training centers in addition to numerous sales offices. 

“My administration is working every day to bring new jobs to Pennsylvania – today we celebrate 332 new jobs coming to Philadelphia and Delaware County,” said Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett. “It’s a sign we are heading in the right direction and Pennsylvania’s economy is on the rise. Global companies like Axalta now want to come here, hire our workers and grow in the commonwealth.”

“Axalta’s move is great news for our city with more than 100 jobs created and a major expression of confidence in Philadelphia,” said Mayor Nutter.  “This announcement is just the latest in a long line of companies, large and small, that are doubling down on Philadelphia and creating jobs for Philadelphians.  Over the next weeks and months we anticipate more exciting announcements with businesses that are starting here, staying here and growing right here in Philadelphia.”

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