Libyan paints and pastes exported to Europe for the first time
Libyan private manufacturer Al-Madina Misurata for Paints & Pastes this month sold its first export shipment to the EU last Wednesday, Ean Libya reports.
The company reported that its products had already been exported to Africa and the Gulf. The first consignment was shipped to neighbouring Malta.
The family-owned manufacturer was established in Misurata in western Libya in 1993 and today it is one of the largest paint companies in Libya. It manufactures more than 90 different types of paint, paste and wall insulation products.
Almadina Paints has recently launched its first ever consumer app, which offers 3D visualization unlike other paint apps. The app allows one to paint their dream home virtually before the actual execution, according to Azara Media’s press release service.
Al-Madina is the first Libyan manufacturer working in the field of paints that obtains the Libyan Quality Mark, It also holds ISO certification in its field: ISO 9001:2015 | ISO 14001:2015 | ISO 18001:2007 The ISO 18001: 2007 certificate is currently being updated to 45001: 2018 in September 2019.
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