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Quality paints for the land of the brave

Managing Director of Peralin Paints, Angelika San and Rotarian District Governor, Ken Howes at Peralin Paints’ 50th anniversary. (Photograph by Yvonne Amukwaya)

Managing Director of Peralin Paints, Angelika San and Rotarian District Governor, Ken Howes at Peralin Paints’ 50th anniversary. (Photograph by Yvonne Amukwaya)

Last weeked saw an exciting event hosted by Peralin Paints as part of its 50th birthday celebrations at the Windhoek Country Club.
First established by the Rattay and Pesch families in 1962, what started off as a small backyard company has grown into one of the country’s leading paint producers. The growth process gained momentum after the Rattay family acquired full ownership of the enterprise and opened the first retail store in Windhoek in 1980.
One of Peralin Paints’ outstanding characteristics is client retention. More than thirty years after the paint manufacturer opened its store n Windhoek, it still has many clients which supported the company from the start.
According to the Managing Director of Peralin Paints, Angelika San, the company has shown tremendous growth and success as it has kept on investing into improvements of quality, technology and production standards. “Today Peralin Paints can be considered as a world-standard paints manufacturer with a substantial Namibian workforce.”
She said that the generally healthy and sound economic environment in Namibia bolstered by growing   investments from both the private and the public sectors, has enabled Peralin Paints to grow their business since 2008 with two additional branches in the north and at the coast.
Peralin Paints manufactures all their products locally which, according to San, are skillfully created according to Namibia’s unique climates and demands. “Raw materials for the production are exclusively sourced at Gochaganas and this gives the company its competitive edge over other international manufactures in terms of performance and durability.”
San said they are looking forward to discovering new and exciting markets, competing with international high-standard products, and “simply making a significant mark within Namibia’s future economic development.”

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