Atlanta, GA – Hanwha L&C | Surfaces, the leading global manufacturer of quartz and acrylic solid surfaces, announced today they will unveil 11 new product colors just in time for the New Year. This new color collection will enhance the company’s natural quartz product line ? HanStone Quartz ? with rich colors and luxurious patterns that are unlike anything on today’s market.
Exotic, elegant, exclusive, extraordinary, everlasting, economical, essential, earthy, expressive, exceptional, edgy – these are the expressions used to describe Hanwha Surfaces’ new color offerings that will be ready for distribution on February 1, 2011. Hanwha Surfaces’ 11 new colors offer universal appeal in a variety of shades that incorporate soft browns, golden tones, creamy whites and charcoal hues.
“We continually strive to stay abreast of the ever-changing trends in the solid surfaces industry and are pleased to introduce these 11 new colors to the HanStone Quartz collection,” said Joe Thompson, Hanwha Surfaces vice president of sales and marketing. “The countdown has begun at Hanwha Surfaces and we are excited to kick off the New Year with these new innovative products,” he said.
About Hanwha L&C | Surfaces
Hanwha Surfaces, based in Atlanta, GA, sells and markets high-quality surfacing products under HanStone Quartz and Hanex Solid Surfaces brand names. HanStone Quartz is the company's flagship product that led to the opening of a state-of-the-art 200,000 square foot manufacturing facility in London, Ontario, Canada.
Hanwha Surfaces is a division of Hanwha Living & Creative (Hanwha L&C), the North American subsidiary of Hanwha Corporation, a South Korean conglomerate. The multibillion dollar firm deals in a diverse range of industries, including chemicals, plastics, machinery, telecommunications, biotechnology, finance and building materials.
The entire collection of Hanwha Surfaces products can be viewed by visiting the Hanwha L&C | Surfaces website.
SOURCE: Hanwha L&C Surfaces
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