Jotun launches ‘Inspiration Centre’ in Bahrain
Manama, July 29, 2007
Jotun Paints, one of the world’s leading producers and suppliers of paints and powder coatings, has launched its first “Inspiration Centre” in Bahrain.
The company’s latest innovation is aimed at reaching end-users in Bahrain where the booming economy and construction industry have fuelled high demand for paint products and pushed the value of the paint market to $20 million, a senior official said.
“The Inspiration Centre is expected to stir the creative imagination of homeowners by offering a visual platform for exterior and interior paint concepts. This new centre is based on the theme ‘Bringing ideas to life’, which encapsulates our goal of providing products that allow customers not only to cover but also decorate their walls with a premium selection of paints,” said Jotun UAE managing director Erik Aaberg.
“Our valued clients can view our display; draw on the featured interior design concepts and avail of personalized assistance from our staff. Alternatively, customers can dial 17 777206 to avail of the support services provided in the Inspiration Centre,” he added.
With a regional base in Dubai, Jotun's range of high-quality paints and coatings have been selected for Bahrain’s prestigious development projects including the Bahrain Financial Harbour, Al Ahli United Bank, Al Moayyed Tower, Citibank, Shaikh Isa Library and Royal Women’s University.
Jotun’s range of interior brands is complemented by specialised exterior paint solutions such as the Jotashield ‘Thermo’, which is formulated to withstand extreme heat, repel water, protect cement walls, conceal cracks and even decrease the weight on the structure. - TradeArabia News Service
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