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Crown Paint from UK is now in Sri Lanka, exclusively by JAT


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One of Sri Lanka’s most successful and diversified conglomerates JAT Holdings,in partnership with Crown Paints UK,locally manufacturesan exclusive range of paints and accessorieswith international standards to suit the local market. 

The brand, which carries with it 200 years of trust and excellence is the only British paint brand to hold a Royal Warrant granted by the Queen. Crown Paints is one of the largest and most successful paint manufacturers in the UK with a growing and ever-expanding global presence. 

‘Don’t just paint it, Crown it’ has captured the market while bringing a range of benefits to users. Available in five variants of interior emulsion, exterior emulsion, wall filler, skim coat and joint compound, Crown Paints has revolutionised perceptions in choosing the perfect finish for your walls.

“Crown Paints has gained a rapid market share in a short period of time due to its all-round performance and we see a growth for all the products introduced. The ‘Best of Whites’ campaign in particular which was launched in November last year was highly successful and customers can look forward to more innovative and interesting launches in the near future,” stated JAT Holdings Brand Manager SakboKohona. 

The Crown Silk Emulsion range specifically designed to give your interior walls a unique finish which can be matched with the personality and tastes of the homeowner. The ‘Extreme-Xposure’ exterior emulsion range is ideal for Sri Lanka’s ever-changing tropical weather patterns and is also guaranteed in its long-lasting and durable capabilities.

In order to make the products available to everyone,JAT launchedexclusive Crown Centres around the country whilst making the paints available atnumerous consumer high traffic outlets. All these outlets have attractive Crown dealer boards to ensure that every customer gets the genuine, world-class product and for the added benefit of conveniently identifying where to purchase.For inspiration andcustomer experiencelog on to www.crownit.lk.

Crown Paints have also been recognised and are in high demand for their smooth finish, easy application, unique sheen, human and environmentally friendly elements and 99% solvent free ‘Breatheasy’ technology that is used in the manufacturing process. At an attractive starting price per litre, Crown Paints are a definite value added emulsion paint, presenting the perfect finishsought afterby homeowners.


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