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Jotunn

race of giants frequently in conflict with gods. [Norse Myth.: Leach, 559]
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Jotun Powder Coatings has already started to strategically map its presence in Bahrain by working on projects like the Bahrain World Trade Centre and Bahrain Financial Harbour.
Jotun Powder Coatings' products are actively used in three core industry segments.
The company's export sales account for over 40 per cent of Jotun Powder Coatings' total revenue.
With Jotun's Single Source Solution (SSS) approach, Jotun Decorative Projects Segment has secured approval to supply Fenomastic Hygiene, Fenomastic Stain Resistant, Jotashield Topcoat Silk, Jotashield Tex Ultra and Jotashield Super Durable, Tankguard 412, Jotafloor Coating.
The FPSO, operated by ExxonMobil, has been producing on the Jotun field located in the Norwegian sector of the North Sea since 1999.
Jotun expects to implement the solution within a year in its Norwegian operations.
The ambitious growth target for next year in the region complements recent reports that Jotun Powder Coatings UAE maintains a 70 per cent share of the powder coatings segment in the GCC region - excluding Saudi Arabia, where the Jotun group operates another manufacturing unit based in Dammam.
Mark Robinson, marketing manager at Jotun, agreed to the deal after seeing how Koenig uses stains to bring his work to life - the sculptor has been an avid user of Trebitt in his work for more than 15 years.
The RAK centre, which is the biggest outlet of Jotun in the Middle East, was set up in partnership with IMBA Trading Contracting Company, one of Jotun's main partners who have executed projects in several high-profile buildings in RAK.
Jotun has developed the new centre in partnership with 'Unique Paints', one of the company's key partners.
Aaberg tells CW he is leaving the Middle East in January 2013 for his "last assignment", to manage the Chinese, Korean and Japanese market for Jotun Paints.
According to Biren Arora, general manager, Jotun Oman and Ranjoo Simon, sales manager -- protective coatings, Jotun Oman, Oman's paints and coatings market is currently valued at around $80 million and the company has set its target to meet a revenue growth of 10 to 12 per cent by the end of 2012.