Mengo officials and those from Sadolin led by AkzoNobel’s planning and execution manager, Deon Nieuwoudt, at Masengere Building

Sodolin paints have launched a one stop centre for its products along Entebbe road.
The centre, located at Freedom City and is one of its kind on the market aims at making it easy for those in the construction sector purchase paint and other accessories at cheaper and friendly rates.
Sadolin in conjunction with Joseph Kanaba launched the first ‘color center’ in Uganda following the increasing demand of paint.
Speaking after the launching of the color center at freedom city Entebbe road, the Chief Executive officer of Crown group the manufacturers of Sadolin, Rakesh Rao said that the center will create experience of selection of favorite colours by the customers who could not afford to purchase Sadolin products from down town.
The center will be able to mix colours in case of absence of required specific colour to fulfill customers demand and anxiety.
“There a lot of lies going around about Sadolin paint, with allegations that Sadolin no longer exists, disregard them and stand on the right side, the brand exists and we shall always provide you with the best products on top of others’’. Mr. Rakesh said
On his part, Kanaba, the proprietor of the over Shs180 million colour centre revealed that this project started as an idea with sadolin officials in South Africa.
Kanaba lauded Sadolin official especially the Chief Executive of Akzo Nobel, Deon Nieuwoudt who always encouraged him to invest in such business venture whenever he visited his hardware in Mutundwe.
Sadolin one of the leading global manufacturers of paint, it is marketed and distributed by regal paint. The manufacturing plant in Namanve will this year be unveiled upon its completion in March.

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