How Zebraah Paints Found Success In an Unorthodox Industry

How Zebraah Paints Found Success In an Unorthodox Industry. The paint manufacturing industry is one of the industries that aren’t as commercial as other businesses; it does not focus on fully commercializing its brand but rather focuses on the product. According to Globe News Wire, the industry is valued at R13 billion and employs approximately 15 000 people. This shows that the industry is very lucrative. People should not only look for the business opportunities that are widely known when wanting to venture into business, venturing into relatively known industries such as this could be very lucrative as there is space for innovative ideas.

Zebraah Paints is a paint manufacturing company that is based in the township of KwaMashu in Durban which was founded n 2017 by Lungisani Zwane, who also serves as the company’s Director. The company prides itself by offering premium quality paint products at a relatively reasonable price. The company has worked hard to introduce themselves as a player in the paint manufacturing space in a short period since its inception. The company has managed to maintain a good reputation through trust and quality customer service as a result the business grew through word-of-mouth.

The company is 100% owned by black African under the management of company directors such a Zwane. “Lungisani is a visionary in the company. He oversees the entire operation of the company from internal to external affairs as well as positioning the company towards achieving its objectives.” It said on the company’s website.

The company currently has products such as wall paint (interior and exterior, roof paint and craft/art paint. The company also has plans of expanding its business through creating paints for different markets. The paints that it plans to introduce in its product range are road marking paint, Gloss and Enamels and industrial paint.

Zebraah Paints supplies and caters to a wide range of market segments such as hardware/retail market, contractors, schools, party shops, and property companies.

By Thomas Chiothamisi

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