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HP organizes event in KSA to create awareness

HP hosted a local event in Saudi Arabia to help raise awareness of counterfeit and fraudulent activity in the region.
Across EMEA over the last five years (2013-2017), approximately 13m counterfeits and components have been seized by local authorities, closely supported by HP. In addition, HP has conducted over 5,300 audits and inspections (CPPAs and CDIs) of partners’ stocks or suspicious deliveries for customers, and that number is rising year-on-year. According to estimates from the anti-piracy consortium Business Action to Stop Counterfeiting and Piracy (BASCAP) of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the yearly global economic and social impact of counterfeiting and piracy is expected to reach up to $4.7 trillion by 2022.
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MEPCO & WASCO initiate leadership programme

The Middle East Paper Co. (‘MEPCO’) and its waste management wholly-owned subsidiary WASCO have signed a partnership agreement with King Abdulaziz University to launch a Leadership Programme for young Saudi nationals. The programme aims to provide Saudi youth with tools for raising awareness on environmental sustainability and its importance to the community.  To launch the programme, a campaign, titled ‘A License for Environmental Leadership’ was implemented.
MEPCO’s CEO Sami Safran, said

Dar Al-Nahrain buys finishing equipment from Muller Martini

Baghdad based printing graphic arts company Dar Al-Nahrain has invested in two Alegro perfect binders, two Ventura MC thread sewing machines and a Presto II saddle stitchers from Muller Martini.
“We decided on Muller solutions for three main reasons,” says managing director Duraid Dh. Da’as. “First, they are ideal for our job structure. Second, they ensure high productivity thanks to their speed and reliability. Third, we have an excellent partnership with Muller Martini’s regional agency

KBA organises seminar for print industry in Egypt

Koenig & Bauer invited representatives of the Egyptian print industry to seminars in Alexandria and Cairo. The seminars were organised together with the Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria, the Egyptian Chamber of Printing & Packaging Industries, the German-Arab Chamber of Industry and Commerce, and the drupa trade exhibition.  
In his opening address, Prof. George Nubar, head of the printing section and board member at the Chamber of Printing and Packaging Industries, reflected on