Nilaya by Asian Paints has launched a breakthrough product Nilaya Naturals, a pure, wholly organic paint. Earth-safe and formulated with over 95 per cent natural ingredients, Nilaya Naturals is robust from deep within, creates breathable layers and has a clean, fresh smell.
Several Indian companies have planned investments in Sri Lanka in the coming years. According to data from the High Commission of Sri Lanka in India, some big Indian companies operating in the Sri Lankan market include CEAT, Gujarat Glass, Indian Oil Corporation, Neelkamal Plastics, Gujarat Ambuja, Bharti Airtel, National Thermal Power Corporation, Welcome Hotels, Larsen & Toubro, Carin India, and Mphasis, among others
India's very own dream is Housing for All by 2022! While the government announced this mission in 2015, VBHC Value Homes (formerly known as Value and Budget Housing Corporation) was among those ahead of the curve - it started building affordable homes at Rs 9 lakh in 2012 in Mumbai in the belief that quality living should be within everyone's grasp.
Asian Paints is among the largest paint companies in India with a market share of 53 per cent. The company has 25 manufacturing plants in 17 countries and has a strong dealership network of over 45,000 across India.
Asian Paints has launched the ´Earth Series´ from Ultima Wall Art. Inspired by natureand the life it contains, the application of this series across four different concepts - ´Flow´ ´Tree of Life´, ´Prayer for the Earth´ and ´Walk in the Woods´ - is one-of-its-kind.
Asian Paints, India´s largest and Asia´s second largest paint company, has maintained its position of being a leader in the paint industry with a market share of 53 per cent, in spite of intensification of competition in the industry. The company, along with its subsidiaries, has operations in 19 countries across the world.
Paints major Asian Paints will set up a Greenfield plant near Visakhapatnam with an outlay of Rs 1,750 crore. The funding for this new plant near Visakhapatnam with a capacity of 400,000 KL of paint in a phased manner, will be met through internal accruals.
Asian Paints is India´s largest and Asia´s third largest paint company. It was launched in 1942 as a partnership firm by four friends. At present, the company operates in 17 countries and has 23 paint manufacturing facilities in the world
The Indian paint industry is going through a challenging phase, as the demand for decorative paints turns sluggish since the second half of FY15. It´s an oligopolistic industry where 90 per cent of the organised decorative paint segment is taken by four major players - Asian Paints, Nerolac, Berger, and Akzo Nobel India.
Asian Paints is India´s largest and Asia´s third largest paint company. It has maintained its position of being a leader in the paint industry with a market share of 57 per cent, in spite of competition gaining momentum and volume pressure. The company, along with its subsidiaries, has operations in 20 countries across the world.