Kansai Plascon B-BBEE Reaches Level 3 Status

Kansai Plascon has achieved one of the best B-BBEE ratings to date and are recognised as a Value Adding Supplier. The Kansai Plascon B-BBEE procurement recognition level has increased from 110% to 137.5%, which is higher than that of a non-value adding level 1 status supplier.

Plascon B-BBEE Status

Kansai Plascon CEO, Nauman Malik.

When tendering for projects, our combined B-BBEE status and Value Adding Supplier position effectively make Kansai Plascon the preferred procurement choice.

The Kansai Plascon B-BBEE status now stands at level 3 as of September 2014, having increased from level 4 in 2013. With a score of 80.27 points, this rating cements our position as the coatings industry market leader.

There is also great news for our customers too. Companies that purchase from Plascon will improve their own procurement scores, thereby improving their own B-BBEE ratings. By partnering with us, customers benefit through improved B-BBEE procurement scores.

In contrast, if a customer purchases products from a non-value adding level 5 supplier and not Plascon, then their procurement recognition will amount to a far lesser 80%. All this renders Kansai Plascon the obvious choice when it comes to procurement.

Kansai Plascon has 125-year long history of leading quality assurance, superb formulation and trusted performance – and now, we have also secured our position as the market leader in benefiting our customers.

About Kansai Plascon

Kansai Plascon is a company within the global Kansai Paint group. Kansai Paint is the world’s sixth largest paint company and Japan’s foremost coatings manufacturer. With the backing of Kansai Paint, Kansai Plascon will continue to drive innovation and excellence in the retail, trade and industrial coatings market in South Africa and will further the company’s interests in Africa.

2 thoughts on “Kansai Plascon B-BBEE Reaches Level 3 Status

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