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TOP LEADING PAINTS COMPANY, CROWN PAINTS KENYA OPENS A SH5 MILLIONS DEALER OWNED CROWN DECOR WORLD SHOWROOM IN KISUMU.

TOP LEADING PAINTS COMPANY, CROWN PAINTS KENYA OPENS A SH5 MILLIONS DEALER OWNED CROWN DECOR WORLD SHOWROOM IN KISUMU.

Kenya’s leading Paints manufacturer, Crown Paints Kenya in partnership with Jubilee Jumbo has launched a dealer owned Crown Décor showroom in Kisumu County to improve and standardize customer experience and great servicing.

The company invested over Ksh5 million looking forward to tap into the sturdy western region that is recording rapid exponential growth since delegated/devolved governments were established almost a decade ago.

The new showroom located along Oginga Odinga Street next to Swan Centre in Kisumu central business district [KISUMU CBD] is expected to create lots of direct and indirect jobs.It will offer a wide range of products including different categories of paint such as decorative, textured, and designer finishes, automotive, roof paint, and auxiliary products, painting tools, and waterproofing solutions.

“The experiential showroom seeks to improve customer experience and will have a virtual color visualizer where customers can take a virtual tour with different paint colors. Customers will also get guidance from a dedicated colour consultant and computerized tinting machines which can dispense a range of over 6,000 shades in minutes.” The firm’s Chief Executive Officer [CEO] Rakesh Rao

Mr Indradavan Patel (left), the Director Jubilee Jumbo Hardware, Rakesh Rao Crown Paints Group CEO and Shakeel Shabir, MP Kisumu East constituency, cut a ribbon to officially open dealer- owned Crown Decor world showroom in Kisumu County.

“We’ve initiated several steps to target the ever increasing stylish, quality conscious consumers in the commercial property market to improve access and use of quality paints that promotes safety and durability of structures,” Rao added.

Crown paints Kenya opened a Ksh 400 million automated plant in the county with a production capacity of 1.2 million litres of paint per month in 2016.Crown Paints CEO Rao said these investments are established to increase the company,s market growth as the Western region was experiencing high development growth particularly in real estate with a larger number of investors targeting towns such as Kisumu, Eldoret, Kitale and Kakamega.

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