Joe Kujawski of Sherwin-Williams says what the company is seeing the greatest demand for is an efficient finishing process. 

"Customers want that class-A finish, they want to cut steps if they can, and they want to have zero waste in their factories," said Kujawski. 

Kujawski also said that Sherwin-Williams is seeing a greater demand for waterborne finishes because companies are hitting their EPA-imposed permit limits for VOCs. Emitted from certain finishes, VOCs can sometimes cause adverse health effects and are monitored by the EPA.