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Jotun to supply coatings for Makkah Station

Jeddah, March 5, 2014

Jotun Saudi Arabia, a leading paint manufacturer, has won a contract to supply intumescent and protective coatings for the Makkah Station project.

The contract period spans one year and includes the supply of more than 500,000 litres of paints.

“This contract win is the result of dedication, teamwork and constant follow up with all parties suppliers,” said Ahmed Monem, sales manager of Performance Coatings - Jotun Saudi Arabia.

“At Jotun our aim is always to exceed customer expectations in order to maintain a leading position as the paint and coatings supplier of choice for the infrastructure sector and continuously enhance our strong links to decision makers and specification management.”

The Makkah station contains facilities and services for passengers designed in accordance with the best international standards of high speed train stations.

The station's facilities include the following: The main building of the station which includes the arrival and departure concourses; a mosque with a capacity of 600 worshipers; a centre for civil defense; helipad, 10 pavements for trains; car parking with a capacity of 5000 parks which are divided into short and long-term parking; and VIP lounges.

David Wright, managing director - Jotun Saudia, said: “This prestigious contract win reflects Jotun’s status as a leading and pioneering producer of conventional and specialized coatings, many of them specially developed for the Saudi market where, through our active involvement with a majority of infrastructure projects, we are steadily entrenching our strong presence within the rapidly growing infrastructure sector.” – TradeArabia News Service




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