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Kenya Bureau of Standards goes digital with new website

BUSINESS
By Lee Mwiti | February 4th 2017
The website – https://webstore.kebs.org – will enable Kebs’ customers to directly purchase the standards digitally. PHOTO: COURTESY

Kenyans can now buy standards online after Kenya Bureau of Standards (Kebs) unveiled a new website aimed at that purpose.

 The website – https://webstore.kebs.org – will enable Kebs’ customers to directly purchase the standards digitally.

The web store will give people an opportunity to obtain Kenya standards, adopted international standards and also the harmonised East African standards. This is unlike in the past when customers would troop to the bureau’s offices in person to buy the standards.

 While speaking about the importance of this innovation, Kebs Managing Director Charles Ongwae said that the bureau’s aim was to bring Kenya standards at the doorstep of Kenyans for their own convenience. “We are now providing an engaging and informative experience for our customers. The new web store provides increased flexibility for future growth for our institution,” said Mr Ongwae.

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