Jazeera Paints stocks cold plastic in MENA

By Dominic Ellis
Jazeera Paints' cold plastic formulation is suitable for interior and exterior applications on asphalt, concrete, and epoxy surfaces

Jazeera Paints has announced it is now the exclusive stockist of 'Cold Plastic' in MENA markets.

Cold Plastic, which had until now been available to order only from abroad and has already been utilised in a host of mega-projects across Saudi Arabia, is a fast-drying gloss paint, based on the latest technology of road marking paints, Centrecoat Methyl Methacrylate (MMA), and recommended for marking traffic signs and signals on public and private roads as well as parking areas. The product is renowned for its excellent resistance to friction, UV rays, and other environmental stressors.

Jazeera Paints' formulation is suitable for both interior and exterior applications on asphalt, concrete, and epoxy surfaces, and is already a top-performing choice for street and building signage. It is also regularly used in buildings like hospitals and factories.

"We're extremely proud to be the first stockist for 'Cold Plastic' in the region," said Hani Saraya, Project Sales Manager at Jazeera Paints. "The demand for a reliable and long-lasting product of this nature is high among both corporate and government clients, and we're thrilled to be the first and only company providing regional fulfilment at an affordable price without compromising on quality."

Founded in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in 1979, Jazeera Paints services the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) and MENA markets with high-quality and eco-friendly paints.

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