Nippon Paint Singapore: Reimagining paint and more

November 15, 2021

Forget everything you thought you knew about paint. Nippon Paint Singapore, the No. 1 paint manufacturer and retailer in Asia and part of Nippon Paint Holdings, the No. 4 paint brand in the world, is pushing the limits of paint far beyond the traditional notion of a decorative coating. To better serve the needs of the building and construction industry, the trusted brand has also ventured beyond coatings and into building materials, from cement to sealants.

Imagine paints that cool buildings and take the heat off your al fresco entertaining areas and poolside paving. Imagine paints that protect your family against dengue fever and coronaviruses… Nippon Paint makes them all, and more.

The brand’s trail-blazing tradition dates back to 1962, when the Nippon Paint factory opened its doors and became the first paint manufacturing facility in Singapore. Over the years, it has built an unrivalled reputation on anticipating market needs and fulfilling them. Along the way, it won the hearts of Singaporean homeowners and the confidence of the nation’s leading architects and interior designers.

 

Nippon Paint’s long list of first-in-market products includes Odour-less All-in-One, Singapore’s first odour-less interior paint. It allayed people’s fears about the health hazards of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) – airborne chemicals that pose serious health risks especially for the very young and the elderly.

Visit https://www.nipponpaint.com.sg to learn more.

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