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Sika PH launches products at Lazada and Shopee

Sika Philippines Inc., a major supplier of construction products, is expanding its market presence with its debut in the Lazada Mall and Shopee Mall online shopping platforms.

Sika’s Flagship Store Access was made available to customers of Lazada and Shopee starting May 5 in time for the 5.5. Shopping Sale.

Consumers could avail of Sika items simply by logging on to Lazada and Shopee and gain access to bestseller products for tiling, skimcoating and waterprooofing.

This provides an easy ordering for Davco Dustless Regular Tile Adhesive, Davco Heavy Duty Tile Adhesive, Davco Standard Tile Grout, Davco Captain Shield, DAvco k10 Sovacryl, Davco K11 Flex and Lanko 101.

“We are happy to partner with Lazada and Shopee in making our products available online. This increases our channels to make our products more accessible to customers. We urge all of you to catch our 5.5 launch promos and gain access to new home building and repair products at your fingertips,” said Alainne Leonardo, target market and marketing head of Sika Philippines.

Sika Philippines Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Swiss-based Sika Group, has been serving the Philippine market since March 1994.

It supplies construction products to various market sectors e.g. cement plants, ready-mix concrete industry, precast concrete factories, building, infrastructure, industrial and residential projects including retail stores.

The product range includes high-quality concrete admixtures, specialty mortars, sealants and adhesives, building finishing solutions, concrete repair and structural strengthening, flooring, roofing and waterproofing systems.

Sika tapped former Philippine Basketball Association player Alvin Patrimonio as 2021 full Sika brand ambassador.

Topics: Sika Philippines , Shopee , Lazada Mall , Alvin Patrimonio , Davco
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