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Losalini Vuki
Saturday, December 02, 2017

ARE you looking for the right components for your vehicle? Colormarket Ltd is your source! If looking for parts becomes a challenge, it's time you stop looking elsewhere — try Colormarket today! At Colormarket , reports they import automotive paint and motor vehicle parts fromall over the world constantly seeking and sourcing from reputable companies and manufacturers.

"Our history and experience with over 30 years of business relationships with some companies and manufacturers has gained us immense reputation in the Fijian market as a reliable supplier of quality motor vehicle parts," reported the website.

"Colormarket deals with companies and manufacturers who stand by their products for quality, presentation and commitment. The company boasts to stand by any product they offer to the market and expect suppliers to have corresponding commitments on service and quality."

"Established some 30 years ago initially as an automotive paints centre supplying to the trade market, the company has grown over these years to cater for both the retail and the trade. It stocks reputable brands of automotive and house paints. With all the mettalics, pearls and nostalgic colours on the market, Colormarket Ltd provides excellent and unsurpassed colour matching services.

Where colour formulations fail to provide matching colours our experts take over to give the best match on the job." For more information, you can visit them at 177 Ratu Mara Rd Samabula, call on telephone 3384644 or email them on

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