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Duco was a trade name assigned to a product line of automotive lacquer developed by the DuPont Company in the 1920s. Under the Duco brand, DuPont introduced the first quick drying multi-color line of nitrocellulose lacquers made especially for the automotive industry. It was also used in paintings by American artist Jackson Pollock. It is presently used by Nexa Autocolor — formerly ICI Autocolor and now a division of Pittsburgh-based PPG Industries — as a tradename for automotive enamels in Asia.
Duco coated is used in the plumbing industry to describe lacquered floor drains and other similar products.
Duco is also a brand of household cement.
DUCO is a world leader in the design and manufacture of subsea umbilical cable systems. It is a subsidiary of the Technip Group, under the trademark 'Technip Umbilical Systems'. The name Duco originates from Dunlop and Coflexip, when the Coflexip-Stena Offshore group acquired the subsea umbilical systems activity of the Dunlop[disambiguation needed] group. The company has 4 locations worldwide: Newcastle (UK), Houston (USA), Lobito (Angola), and Tanjung-Langsat (Malaysia).
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