KZN Resins sticks to its goals

KZN Resins sticks to its goals

KZN Resins (Pty) Ltd is a manufacturer of unsaturated polyester resins and gelcoats for the composite market, as well as Alkyd and Acrylic Resins for the coatings and automotive industries.

Established over a decade ago, KZN Resins has grown from strength to strength under the leadership of CEO Mr Akhtar Moosa and Deputy CEO/ Technical Operations Director Mr Zubair Kader.

“KZN Resins strength lies in our service delivery, production capability as well as our customer service and our success lies in our ability to produce a variety of resin types catering for diverse markets, as well as a wide range of applications,” says Moosa.  “Having our own technology, KZN Resins is able to tailor make products for our customer’s requirements and we believe that this will position our company for further growth.”

KZN Resins recognises that the world is a dynamic and enigmatic entity, and in order to survive and grow, it needs to be proactive to the anticipated change within its industry, country and the world at large. “Our vision for the future, based on past experience, coupled with courage and the resources at our disposal, is to ascertain ourselves firmly as a leader in our industry as well as to establish a global footprint. Our company vision is important as it serves as a roadmap for our strategic goals and objectives.”

“The high level of competence in our core business by no means overshadows our responsibility in protecting the environment and the safety of our people. KZN Resins is SABS ISO 9001 Quality accredited and our affiliation with Responsible Care helps us work together to continuously improve our regulatory performance.” The Responsible Care ethic ensures that the industry operates both safely and profitably. The company is 100% South African “and proud of it.” Its products are comparable with international standards on quality and technology.

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