Jotun Paints is proud to contribute paint solutions for Expo

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Expo 2020 is fast approaching and the biggest event in the world is ready to take place. Jotun Paints UAE remains busy as the preferred supplier of paints for many pavilions at the Expo. As the leading manufacturer of paints in the United Arab Emirates, Jotun has established itself as a premium paint supplier in the decorative, protective and coatings segment.

“Since opening our first factory in the United Arab Emirates in 1975, Jotun Paints has grown hand in hand with the United Arab Emirates. Over the years, we have seen the country grow in leaps and bounds and become a leading economic center in the world, while we have remained the preferred paint supplier for over four decades in the UAE. It makes us feel immense pride to see the country strive for excellence and we are honored to be able to be a part of this process, ”said Kjetil Urheim, Managing Director of Jotun Paints UAE.

In fact, Jotun is very proud to have painted many pavilions at the Expo, including the pavilion of his home country, Norway. With the participation of 192 countries, the Expo will be a fusion of the latest global technologies and innovations, as well as causes supported by countries around the world, in one place.

Urheim adds: “With a high-end product line and factories in the United Arab Emirates, we have met various requirements for the Expo. Our products have always been able to meet any demand that has been made to us and it is indeed very rewarding to visit the Expo and see them used on architectural wonders that will be talked about for generations to come. Founded in 1926, Jotun is a Norwegian multinational chemical company specializing in decorative, marine, protective and powder coatings. It is the leading paint manufacturer in the UAE and the market leader in the Middle East with a reputation of being a single source solution for all customers and a true demonstration of the company’s promise – “Jotun protects property ”.

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