An original masterpiece by 20th century Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dali will make its first public appearance in the Middle East in August when it serves as a dramatic backdrop to the La Verità contemporary circus in Abu Dhabi.
Jotun, a world leader in paint, has produced its 2014 global Colour Collection, made up of colour themes that reflect worldwide styles and the latest trend insights.
The aim of the Jotun Colour Collection is to provide consumers with gl
The 14th Toyota National Body and Paint Skills Contest took place at the Toyota Body and Paint Service Centre in Arad.
Hosted by Ebrahim K Kanoo, the event was attended by company's top management and delegations from Toyota B
Jotun Paints donated paint and facilitated the painting of the Safe Center, a non-profit organisation established to help children with autism and asperger’s syndrome.
The activity, which was part of Jotun’s corporate
Caparol, a Germany-based paint and insulation manufacturer, has won a contract to provide interior and exterior paints for the Bawabat Al Sharq project in Abu Dhabi.
The development, on Yas Island, is a Baniyas Investment and Deve
German paint and insulation manufacturer Caparol said it has won the contract to complete internal and external painting and floor coating in villas for Emirates Airlines pilots.
The accommodation project that includes 306 villas
Jotun, a leading Norway-based global producer and distributor of paints and coatings, has launched SeaLion Resilient, a high performance marine coating based on epoxy-polysiloxane technology.
The industry’s first anti-foulin
DuPont, the 210-year-old chemical company, is under pressure to exit its lucrative but unpredictable paint business as it focuses more on food and agriculture products.
More than a third of the company's profit last year came
Europe’s third largest paint manufacturer, Deutsche Amphibolin-Werke (DAW) said it has signed a project development agreement with Dubai Industrial City to set up a new factory for its key brand Caparol Paints.
A leading manufacturing
The shortage of a specialty pigment that gives cars a glittering shine has prompted automakers to temporarily restrict orders on vehicles in certain shades of black, red and other colours.
Major automakers, including Chrysler Group, Toyota