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12th Jun 2022

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New look for SA’s no.1 plaster brand

South Africa’s leading plaster manufacturer, – Saint-Gobain Gyproc – is rebooting their entire range of Rhino Plasters! Regarded as the official benchmark in the industry, Gyproc’s fresh, new look and streamlined packaging aims to reflect the brands commitment to innovation and sustainability.

“Whilst the packaging on the outside reflects change, the high quality and trusted product that our customers have come to know and expect remains the same,” says Anton Marais, Head of Product of Saint-Gobain Gyproc. “We are constantly innovating to make living spaces more comfortable, cost-effective and sustainable, and are confident that our new packaging aligns with these ideals, as well as with our overall purpose – Making the world a better home.”

As South Africa’s number one plaster brand, the RhinoLite® range, is GreenTag Certified and achieves a smooth finish when applied. The new look will be rolled out over the full range of products, including their multipurpose plasters, skimming plasters, jointing compounds, moulding plaster and setting adhesives.

Celebrating over 90 years of rich history and local heritage, Gyproc products are manufactured locally in Cape Town and Germiston, and the brand supplies both the local  and international markets with trusted products such as RhinoLite® and RhinoGlide® registered as trademarks in 1979.

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