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July 6th, 2010

Jotun paints and protects largest fruit and vegetable hyper market in Kuwait

Abstract:
Jotun Paints, one of the world's producers and suppliers of paints and coatings, announced that it has painted the KD30m (Dhs441m) 'Al Forda Central Fruits and Vegetable Hyper Market', the largest establishment of its kind in Kuwait. The company further revealed that over 62,000 litres of paints and coatings under its 'Jotafloor System' were used on the project's 95,000 square metre interior floor area.

'Jotun Topcoat' and 'Jotafloor Coating Grey' are part of the 'Jotafloor' range of epoxy-based products that offer excellent chemical, abrasion and impact resistance. As a result of Jotun's massive investment towards research and development, the company has added another product to its 'Jotafloor' range - 'Jotafloor Rapid Dry WB', the first floor coating based on 'nanotechnology', which it launched in the Middle East recently.

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