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The enhancement of quality is an objective that ICA Group pursues on a number of different levels, through the quality-focused innovation of its products and services; the commitment to full utilization of the expertise of its human resources; the winning of substantial market share both domestically and internationally; the achievement of maximum customer satisfaction; and the constant reduction of the environmental impact of its coatings.

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