Soft Roof Shelter Specialists Since 1975

Emergency Mobile Hospitals for COVID-19

Posted by Asim on Apr 6, 2020 11:44:23 AM
Emergency mobile hospitals for the COVID-19 disaster
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44 years young!

Posted by Asim on Oct 17, 2019 4:04:55 AM
Tarpo just turned 44 and we are excited for the years ahead, making things possible for our customers!
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Can you believe we’re 18 years old this year?!

Posted by Asim on Oct 1, 2019 7:23:14 PM
Tarpo Uganda is 18 years old
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Diary of a Gypsy Soul: Tips on how to travel when broke

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Nov 8, 2018 4:24:41 PM
What can you do if you're interested in camping in Kenya but you're on a budget? Here are some tips you can use.
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Canvas vs Pvc

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Nov 8, 2018 4:18:45 PM
We ’re often asked what is better between PVC and canvas. Well, here is what you need to know.
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The Bad Boys of Camping

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Nov 8, 2018 3:48:12 PM
With a large stock of glamping equipment, over the past few years, Tarpo Industries’ Events Tem has been a key partner in some of the biggest events in Kenya. Here is our latest adventure.
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Know Your Fibres: The Reasons for Textiles’ Move from Natural to Synthetic

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Nov 5, 2018 10:17:13 AM
Why is it that the textile industry has stopped producing Natural fibres?
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Tarpo Diaries: In The Eyes of a Tarpo Newbie

Posted by Camille Ikinya on Aug 14, 2018 10:55:58 AM
Have you ever wondered what is it like to work at Tarpo Industries, a soft roof shelter company especially for those not in production?
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Tarpo Diaries- Of Late Nights & Auction Balls

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Jul 3, 2018 2:02:21 PM
After spending days in Northern Kenya, searching for the Great Grevy Zebra, how did we celebrate our win?
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Tarpo Diaries: The Charge Is Here (RC 2018)

Posted by Ida Kemunto on Jun 18, 2018 5:49:25 PM
I was apprehensive to take part in the Rhino Charge 2018. Being part of a set up that big and important required one to be at their absolute best. The pressure was definitely on. It didn't help that those around me had been doing it for years so everytime they talked took me back to my first German class. I understood nothing. Nonetheless, I strapped my big girl boots and charge ahead.
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