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Africa

Konica Minolta and FTFA new intiative

Konica Minolta and Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) ensured that eight schools in the Knysna, George and Plettenberg Bay region received indigenous shade and fruit trees. The schools were identified by FTFA as requiring indigenous shade trees following the devastating fires in the region in 2017. On 20 March 2018, KMSA staff planted trees at Concordia High School, together with pupils and school staff, to kick off tree planting in the region. This event took place one day before the International Day of the Forests, a day declared by the UN to recognise the importance of trees and forests of all kinds. These 300 trees will offset 110 tonnes of carbon dioxide in their lifetime, while providing shade, increasing biodiversity and providing

Brother wins iF Design Award

Brother Industries, a parent company of Brother International South Africa, one of the leading global manufacturers of laser and inkjet printing devices, has won the “iF Design Award 2018” for four product categories. The iF Design Award 2018 received 6 401 entries from 54 countries and regions. This is the 11th consecutive year Brother has been named as an iF Design Award winner and has now received a total of 66 awards, including the 4 won this year.
Dale de Villiers, marketing manager at

MEPCO receives award, declares higher profits

The Middle East Paper Co. (MEPCO), has been recognised by Great Place to Work in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The organisation’s research and management consulting firm assess award applicants from over 100 companies on a variety of parameters before choosing the company most deserving of the title in each market. MEPCO was shortlisted among the top 20 companies across all sectors, including SMEs and large corporates in the private sector, as well as public sector and non-profit companies.
Sami

Danish packaging firm expands into the Middle East market

Field Advice, Scandinavia’s  supplier of food packaging, has recently signed a partnership agreement with Alpha Sky as part of its international expansion plans in the Middle East and to meet the increasing demand for environmental friendly disposable containers in the region.
Mark Remmy Sali, managing director of Field Advice, signed the Memorandum of understanding with Ayman Al Hilali, CEO of Alpha Sky,  in the presence of Denmark’s Minister of Environment and Food Esben Lunde Larsen.
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