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Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, India and East Africa Business Manager Shamrendra Kumar with its extensive network and long-established relationships with both converters and end users in the local market, Kenya Stationers Limited provides a solid platform for growth in the East Africa market/FILE

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New York listed Avery Dennison enters Kenyan market

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, India and East Africa Business Manager Shamrendra Kumar with its extensive network and long-established relationships with both converters and end users in the local market, Kenya Stationers Limited provides a solid platform for growth in the East Africa market/FILE

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, India and East Africa Business Manager Shamrendra Kumar with its extensive network and long-established relationships with both converters and end users in the local market, Kenya Stationers Limited provides a solid platform for growth in the East Africa market/FILE

NAIROBI, Kenya, March 4 – New York listed firm Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions has appointed Kenya Stationers Limited as its first distributor in Kenya as it seeks to enter the East African Market.

The partnership will see Kenya Stationers Limited, operating under the parent company of Kensta Group; distribute Avery Dennison’s full range of pressure-sensitive graphics materials for digital, screen printing and vehicle wrapping films.

Avery Dennison Graphics Solutions, India and East Africa Business Manager Shamrendra Kumar with its extensive network and long-established relationships with both converters and end users in the local market, Kenya Stationers Limited provides a solid platform for growth in the East Africa market.

Kenya Stationers Limited has vast experience in the printing industry in East Africa, having been in the distribution business for more than half a century.

The firm has operations in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Zambia.
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“With its strong customer base, wide representation across industry segments, and sound organisational and logistical infrastructure, Kenya Stationers Limited is in an ideal position to tap the potential of this important new market for Avery Dennison,” Kumar added.

Avery Dennison’s entry into the Kenyan market is in line with its global focus on identifying and growing new and emerging markets.

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