National Paints sponsors conference
Amman , July 15, 2007
National Paints recently sponsored the Annual Paints Conference organised by the Arab Paint Manufacturers Association held in Amman.
The event featured the participation of over 20 paint producers, all coming from six countries across the region including, Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, , Algeria, Libya and Jordan.
As part of its sponsorship of the conference, National Paints highlighted to the attendees the latest development and achievements it had embarked on lately, while maintaining its pioneering position producing its widely accepted and environmentally friendly paint products both locally and world wide.
The conference focused mainly on discussing issues pertaining to the paint industry across the region, and the procedures needed to elevate the quality of paint products.
The participating representatives' discussions' centered on improving the production standards from the technical and raw material perspective. They also surveyed official statistical reports relevant to the painting industry, and they used these reports to identify areas of strength and weakness with the opportunity to take necessary steps in securing the best use of the technical and industrial capabilities in the region.
'We are proud that National Paints is sponsoring this conference, as such events help us strengthen the ties we hold with other key players working within the industry. This conference allows us to learn more from one another and to share experiences within a venue that allows for the healthy exchange of expertise,' said chairman of the Board of Al Sayegh Group Michael Al Sayegh.Trade Arabia News Service
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