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Furniture, Fittings and Equipment Refurbishment

3M solutions for the refurbishment or refreshing of interior furniture - from counters and doors, to merchandising units and electronic equipment, - saving brands both time and money.

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ABN Amro chooses DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes for restyling of its bankshops

With the advent of the so-called “multi-channel” service bank branches are becoming less visited. In addition, it appears that the customer loyalty towards their bank barely longer exists.

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Best Western Copenhagen refurbishes guestroom interiors with 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes.

Best Western in Copenhagen has successfully refurbished several different interior surfaces, quickly and with minimal disruption to customers and staff through utilising 3M™ Di-Noc™ durable, self-adhesive architectural finishes.

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Makeover operation for Orange boutiques in France

Orange boutiques get a striking makeover. Thanks to the black and granulated 3M™ DI-NOC™ architectural finishes, the retail stores of the telecom operator are given a new lease of life.

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Italian Post refurbish their cash dispensers with 3M DI-NOC.

Italian Post use 3M DI-NOC Architectural Finishes to make their cash dispensers more visible and recognizable to customers.

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Post Office finds savings with 3M™ DI-NOC™ Architectural Finishes

Ideal for refreshing and refurbishing buildings, DI-NOC finishes have been used in a major refurbishment programme undertaken by the Post Office and implemented by leading corporate signage specialist Sign 2000.