The glass industry in Kenya continues to record exponential growth thanks to the booming construction industry and new emerging trends in tastes and preferences among customers. In this article, we look at 5 major glass companies in Kenya.
Hebatullah Brothers Limited
It is the oldest glass manufacturing company in Kenya. It started in Nairobi in 1930.The company entered into the construction industry in 1942 by undertaking glazing jobs for buildings and housing projects of the time.In 1958, Hebatullah Brothers Became a pioneer in East Africa by starting the first Mirror Work Industry in the region for the manufacturing of Mirrors and processing work of Polishing and Beveling.
Impala Glass Industries
Impala Glass is one of the leading glass companies in Kenya. Its offering include: Automotive, Architectural and Estilo. With 60 years of experience behind them, Impala Glass continues to lead the sector with bespoke products such as curved glasses that are used by architects. The company’s projects include: Britam Tower, Two Rivers Mall, Le Mac, among others.
Canon Aluminium Fabricators
Established in 1988 Canon Aluminium Fabricators has grown to become the largest Aluminium , uPVC and glass manufacturer in East Africa. At CAF, we take pride in the “Best in Class” customer service that we deliver to each and every one of our valued customers on a daily basis. We accomplish this by providing the highest-quality products to the exact specifications that our customers demand, constantly improving on our processes to provide on-time delivery that is unrivaled by our competition.
Essajee Amijee East Africa Ltd
The glass company stocks over 80 different styles and thicknesses of building glass, from clear, one way, tinted and obscure, to a variety of beveled and decorative mirrors. It also supplies premium products, including curved glass, various security glass, shower doors/cubicles and more. Over the years, Essajee Amijee expanded our product offerings based on market demand to include a variety of glass hardware, glass adhesives, “Perspex” (also called acrylic sheets or plexi-glass).
Nairobi Glass and Motor House Ltd has evolved as one of the top companies with a leading share of the Kenyan market in glass, steel and aluminum products. It is one of the oldest glass companies in Kenya having started operation in 1983. The company operates 4 divisions namely:Automotive, architectural, and aluminium and glazing. Projects undertaken by the company include; West End Towers, Toyota Motors show room, among others.