WITH an increase in construction on the island, Trinidad and Tobago-based paint company Kaleidoscope Paints (KPL) is making its re-entry into Jamaica, this month, after an absense of more than 20 years.
The company brings more than four decades of invention and innovation to the Jamaican market, providing a wider range of high-quality decorative, industrial and marine paint products.
Between 1989 and 1995, Kaleidoscope Paints had a strong presence in Jamaica, but a change in ownership resulted in the discontinuation of the brand in the island.
The company will now partner with Matalon Distributors in this new push into the country.
Speaking at the launch of KPL, held at the Cru Bar earlier this week, Andrew Matalon, CEO of Matalon Distributors, explained the history and renewed connection between the two companies.
“When we used to own Facey Commodity we carried the Kaleidoscope brand. We felt as though it was quite fitting that when presented with the opportunity to collaborate with them we could not let it pass,” he said.
The sentiment was echoed by Mahindra Deyalsingh, export director of the KPL Group Ltd.
Published in the Jamaica Observer
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