Cyprus Home Center to sell Tambour paint

Tambour agreed to supply paint to Home Center stores in Cyprus, the company said Tuesday, estimating that sales to the chain would total NIS 3 million in 2006.

By DANIEL KENNEMER
February 22, 2006 07:32

 
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Tambour agreed to supply paint to Home Center stores in Cyprus, the company said Tuesday, estimating that sales to the chain would total NIS 3 million in 2006. Tambour sold NIS 2.5m. worth of paint in Cyprus in 2005, which was 20 percent more than the year before. Tambour CEO Shmulik Porre said that the agreement was part of the company's strategy of expanding activity abroad, noting deals to supply paint to countries in Africa and Europe.

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