Top 10 Best Paint Companies in India
Gone are the days when distempering walls in various shades were the fashion. With decorative paints being so in the market now, at reasonable prices, people have been investing in it for their home and office aesthetics.
Here is a list of the top 10 brands of paints in India.
10. Nippon Paints
Nippon Paints is a Japan-based company that was established in the year 1881. It was incepted in Chennai, India in June 2006. They intertwine affordable paint solutions with innovative technologies and offer paints at par with international standards.
Website : www.nipponpaint.co.in
Sheenlac was established in 1962 in Chennai, Tamil Nadu and has grown to become a pioneer paint company in South India. They are credited for some big projects in and around such as the Annai velankanni church, St. George Church, St. Thomas Mount church, to name a few. They are also renowned in South India for their wooden and automotive paints & finishes.
Website : www.sheenlac.in
8. Dulux Paints
Dulux, parented by AkzoNobel, a US-based paint company, has started its operations in India in 1932. It is headquartered in Gurgaon. It ranks among the top 3 brands in the decorative paints category in India. It has to its credit some innovative, high-end luxury paints launched in the Indian market, which are in demand for various luxurious projects.
Website : www.dulux.in
7. Snowcem Paints
Snowcem was started in 1959 in Mumbai in collaboration with George Lillington Company, which is based in the UK. With over 50 years of experience, they manufacture paints in the affordable range. Their products include Liquid Paints, Cement Paints, Primers Surface Preparation products, and Construction Admixture.
Website : www.snowcempaints.com
6. British Paints
Started in 1947, British Paints have been in the industry for over 60 years. Headquartered in Delhi, the company boasts of an excellent team of professionals that manufactures high-quality products utilising innovative technology.
Website : www.britishpaints.in
5. Shalimar Paints
Being in the industry and shining bright for 100 years, since its inception in 1902, Shalimar Paints are a leading brand of paint manufacturers in India. Shalimar has established manufacturing plants in West Bengal, UP, Maharashtra and recently one in Tamil Nadu and is headquartered in Mumbai.
Website : www.shalimarpaints.com
4. Jenson & Nicholson (I) Ltd
J&N was established in 1922 and was the pioneer of the plastic emulsion in India. They manufacture and deal in interior, exterior, industrial, metal, and wood paints. With headquarters in Gurgaon, they have dealers and retailers throughout the country. Jenson and Nicholson are also given credit for projects like the awe-inspiring Birla Mandir and the Commonwealth Games village in Delhi.
Website : www.jensonnicholson.com
3. Nerolac Paints
Nerolac is a subsidiary of Japan’s Kansai Paints and in India; it has its Headquarters in Mumbai. It was established back in the year 1920 and has 5 manufacturing plants of their own and 6 contract manufacturing plants all over the country. Nerolac paints fall under three categories- Decorative Paints, Performance Coatings, and Automotive Coatings.
Website : www.nerolac.com
2. Berger Paints India Limited
Berger paints began its operations in India in 1923. This UK based corporation is India’s second largest paint company and has its head office in Kolkata, West Bengal. They have plants at 11 locations in India and apart from in the domestic market, they operate in three other countries outside the borders.
Website : www.bergerpaints.com
1. Asian Paints
Owing perhaps to the advertisement jingles, Asian Paints is the first to strike one’s mind. The company was started in 1942 and can safely be called India’s largest paint company. Varying from low-cost painting options to the high-end luxury exterior and interior paints, they offer it all. Asian Paints is the third largest paint manufacturer in Asia. The company head office is in Mumbai and it is currently providing services in over 65 countries.
Website : www.asianpaints.com