Established in 1958, Crown Paints (Kenya) PLC has grown to a company with an annual turnover of KSH. 8.6 billion in 2019, producing 2.4 million litres of paint per month and employing over 1,000 staff members. It is listed on the Nairobi Stock Exchange and has regional operations in Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. Crown Paints is the most innovative paint company in East Africa, providing tailor-made solutions to the construction and retail segments of the market with innovative products, services and world-class after-sales support.
RMA Motors Kenya (LTD) is the latest addition to RMA Group Family. With headquarters in the country’s capital, Nairobi, the company is the only approved Jaguar Land Rover dealer in Kenya. An exquisite dealership in the heart of Nairobi featuring the very latest models from the Jaguar and Land Rover lines, conveniently located in Westlands.
We believe that great people will make great products. Everyone at Bio is passionate about one thing: delighting you with the cleanest and best tasting dairy products where and when you want. This is what drives our production team to make our products with utmost care and precision.
Hi, Sir after greeting We are FOTO medical & cosmetics company One of FOTO international trading companies we are experts in importing & exporting goods we are agent and distributers for a major companies in several countries like GERMANY(blood pressure monitor, Automated mechanical cpr,thermometer hospital bed, icu bed, emergency cart...),CHINA(Wheel chair,medical bed,Syringes,Baby gear,medical devices ...) ,JAPAN(pressure devices, medical earphones,Multi Parameter Patient Monitors,intensive care kits, respirator kits , venous catheter and smart healthcare),MALAYSIA(Latex gloves...), ITALY(Nebulizer,pharmacy Scale, medical devices and Pulse Oximeter...) FRANCE(Healthy care ,medical furniture...),TURKEY(Elderly and childeren diapers,Berunat and baby gear ...) we are Foto company since 1993
Palmhouse Dairies Ltd (PDL) was set up in 1996 in response to the liberalization of the milk sector in Kenya.Prior to the setup period, milk processing was the preserve of the then Giant Kenya Co-operative Creameries (K.C.C) and there were regular milk shortages in the country.The Factory was originally set up to process five hundred (500) litres of milk per day and has now grown to produce 10000 litres a day.