Nancefield Paints has been a major force in refinish sales since they started to produce their own brand of refinish paint in 1991 called Premchem. The CEO, Neeresh Hiralal, now boasts 23 stand-alone Nancefield Paint distribution outlets across the country.
“We are offering the specialist repair market a full range of both our own Premchem brands and also international top line brands such as Hymax from Lebanon and Mido refinish from Egypt. Our clients are mainly focused on the uninsured repair business, but some major collision repair concerns are working with our colour matching systems too. Nancefield Paints also have a complete range of spray equipment, Klingspor Abrasives and Farecla polishes, among other key component ranges that make us a one-stop auto paint shop repair supply business.”
The company are still producing the bulk of their sales from the popular Premchem house brand and have spent millions on new manufacturing equipment at the Premchem production hub. Now they employ a total of some 160 employees working in the group nationally.
A new head office distribution centre, which is the hub for national deliveries, has been built in Booysens, Johannesburg to cope with increased volumes for the company. The business also houses an in-house training centre that is fully equipped with audio-visual support and best practises training for up to 15 trainees at a time on preparation and final finish application methods for repair efficiency.
“We are running a competition where one of our clients stands a chance to win a Nancefield Paints store. This could be any customer who has spent and kept his receipts for an invoice amount of R1 000 worth of purchases or more at any Nancefield Paints outlet up to the draw date in mid-November this year. Prospective winners will be informed of who the winner is at a year-end store promotion where the draw will take place at head office. All participating customers must attend this draw to be able to take the distribution centre prize and claim their win at the event,” concluded Neeresh.
Members of the TIPA (The Informal Panelbeaters Association) repair association are set to be there and the logistics of organising Cape Town, Mpumalanga, Free State and Gauteng plus other key customers for the competition is currently well in hand to make the lucky draw winner a deserved one, for life-changing business experience.
Take a look at www.nancefieldpaints.co.za for more information on what they offer and more about the competition.