The SHERWIN-WILLIAMS COMPANY was founded by Henry Sherwin and Edward Williams in 1866. Today, the company is a global leader in the development, manufacture and sale of coatings and related products with more than 33,000 employees and business in 109 countries.
Sherwin-Williams products are marketed under such well-known brands as Sherwin-Williams®, Sayerlack®, Minwax® and Thompson’s® WaterSeal®. We go to market through 3,954 company-operated paint stores and branches around the world, as well as leading mass merchandisers, home centers, independent paint dealers, hardware stores, automotive retailers, and industrial distributors. With annual sales of $9.5 billion, we are the largest coatings manufacturer in the United States and third largest worldwide.
Sherwin-Williams is dedicated to serving customers in the Asia Pacific market. As of 2012, Sherwin-Williams Product Finishes Division Asia has 4 factories, 2 R&D centers,4 facilities/service centers and 1 color lab strategically located across Malaysia, China, Vietnam, Philippines and Singapore.
As one of the leadingmanufacturers in the world who can provide a full range of professional coatings products and services, Sherwin-Williams coatings products provide extensive solutions for protecting and beautifying surfaces. Service facilities across the region ensure extensive product availability and consistent, accurate color matching.
Wood Brand Family
The Sherwin-Williams brand has long history in furniture business, providing an established, rich line product to cater to the growing needs of furniture industry. As industry leader, Sherwin-Williams, Sher-Wood ® products provide high quality finishing solutions and value services to customers worldwide.
Across the globe, the craftsmanship and technologies from Italy have created a lasting legacy. Since 1954, Sayerlack has been a part of that legacy, providing exceptional wood coating options to finishers who demand the best for their work
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Known throughout Asia, global OEMs and domestic manufacturers relied on Inchem for wood coatings for local technology and service support since 1992.