Our products are produced in a limited range of standard colours.

We also have a number of other pigments in stock which may be used in the production of non-standard colours for specific minimum quantities.

Production in non-standard colours creates a considerable amount of scrap (products rejected during colour changes, which have to be reground for recycling material into other darker products, such as black waste-bins); Therefore, the price per part in non-standard colours is always higher than the price for standard colours.

Specific colours (Pantone or RAL) may also be considered. However, minimum quantities will be considerably higher, as this calls for outsourcing the colour-matching of a pigment, and the production of a minimum quantity of pigment.