For the third year in a row, the premier provider of paint products and construction chemicals in the Philippines continues its support of the awards programme
The PropertyGuru Philippines Property Awards have been celebrating the achievements of the local real estate sector for a decade now and the support of Pacific Paint (BOYSEN) Philippines, Inc. otherwise known as Boysen Paints – the leading provider of time-tested, quality-proven paint products and construction chemicals in the Philippines – as the official Gold Sponsor for three consecutive years not only fortifies our brand in the country, but also enables us to remain steadfast in our mission to reward industry excellence.
“Boysen Paints admires PropertyGuru’s collective recognition of the developer, the development, and the designer in Asia’s evolving landscape especially given the new normal as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic,” said Justin C. Ongsue, the vice president for operations.
“Your credibility, fairness, and transparency in the selection process of the nominees and winners ensures businesses are judged without bias. As we embark on another year of awarding excellence, we are honoured to once again partner with you in this initiative,” he continues.
As the world adapts to the new normal, with vaccinations in tow and economies opening up, the real estate landscape has evolved, embracing digital operations and the hybrid setup, completely revamping years-old processes.
This unprecedented period warrants acknowledgement of the strength and determination of the real estate sector now more than ever – and we are ever grateful for this continued partnership with Boysen Paints.
To aid the industry in their drive to quality development, Boysen Paints have been committed to developing state-of-the-art solutions that cater to the ever-changing needs of consumers, particularly in this new normal. Their latest innovations include the human-safe Bug Off™ paint that helps eliminate insects in homes and offices, as well as the Indoor Advantage™ Gold 3rd party certified lead-safe water-based interior paints. All products are certified Lead Safe by SCS Global Services, a pioneer and leader in the field of sustainability standards and third-party certification.
Since its establishment in 1953, Boysen Paints began as a repacker of paint thinners before expanding into producing its own economy grade paints four years later. By 1960, the company obtained the Boysen Paints license, which gave access to new technology and enabled the production of premium grade paints.
Since then, the company has outsold all premium decorative paint brands in the Philippines, securing the lion’s share of the market. In 2001, Boysen nabbed the 58th spot as the world’s top paint makers by The Coatings Agenda Asia-Pacific and in 2010, Coatings World ranked Boysen Paints as the world’s 51st largest paint company.
Launched in 2005, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has an unparalleled reputation for being credible, fair, and transparent, with an independent panel of judges and trusted awards supervisor. The programme hosts several annual gala dinners in physical and virtual formats, welcoming hundreds of C-level executives, senior industry figures, and property seekers from around the region.
Widely recognised as a professionally-run international awards series, the 17-year-old programme continues to set the gold standard for achievement and success in the Asia Pacific real estate sector.
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