National Paints opens showroom in Ramallah
Amman, July 6, 2008
Jordan-based National Paints has opened its new showroom in Ramallah, Palestine, as part to its expansion strategy and to boost its presence in the local and regional markets.
The opening ceremony was attended by the chairman of the board of directors of Sayegh Group, Michael Sayegh, the secretary general of the ministry of national economy, Abd al Hafeath Nofal, Mayor of Ramallah, Janet Mikhaeel, and a number of business professionals and engineers working in the construction sectors of Jordan and Palestine.
In his keynote address, Michel Sayegh expressed his joy on the inauguration of the new showroom in Ramallah.
'Ramallah is the economic capital in Palestine as the new undertaking presented a golden opportunity for the Company to expand its operations within the Palestinian market.'
“National Paints resorted to an old cultural house and turned it into the Showroom. Using modern paint products and architecture, we opted to place our cultural imprint on the project venue which we helped renovate. We, at Sayegh Group, believe in preserving the Palestinian tradition and in highlighting the beauty of the old architectural designs,' he added.
He said that Sayegh Group was planning to establish an office in the same neighborhood, to be the regional headquarters for the Company in the heart of the Palestinian city of Ramallah.
National Paints is the mother company of Sayegh Group. It is the 23rd largest painting manufacturer in the world. National Paints produces more than 270 million liters of paint products annually. owns fifteen factories distributed across the world and exports products to more than 70 different countries.-TradeArabia News Service
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