Cream Liqueur sees growth with new players, more flavours

Cream liqueur is experiencing renewed growth in Nigeria, spurred by increased interest by consumers, particularly women. It is a favourite of women because it is a type of alcoholic spirits for people More »

Modular building technology firm sees growth opportunities in various sectors as economy recovers

Lange & Grant, an integrated projects development company with a complete in-house assembly line facility to produce large scale insulated sandwich panels, made with polyurethane foam for commercial projects said that the More »

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Circular Economy: Stakeholders urge Effective Plastic Waste Management

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As countries across the world sustain the drive towards mitigating the dangers of non-degradable waste, participants at the CEO Roundtable on Sustainability have hinted that Nigeria stands a good chance of bending the curve in good time, only if the private and public sector can collaborate strategically. Aside policy making, the panel recommended strategic timelines for executing each step of the national plan on circular economy.

Flavourings Company, Symrise set to open new facility in Nigeria

German-based Symrise, a global manufacturer of flavourings, fragrances, cosmetic active ingredients, and raw materials has announced it will be opening a new laboratory in Lagos on 4th September, 2019 following a media tour of the facility.

The event will mark a new chapter in the company’s interaction with Nigeria, having maintained a sales presence in the country for more than 30 years.

Modular building technology firm sees growth opportunities in various sectors as economy recovers

Lange & Grant, an integrated projects development company with a complete in-house assembly line facility to produce large scale insulated sandwich panels, made with polyurethane foam for commercial projects said that the economic recovery is a plus for manufacturers.

NBC pledges commitment to economic growth at unveiling of sustainability report

The Nigerian Bottling Company Limited (NBC), the sole bottler of Coca-Cola products in Nigeria and a subsidiary of Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (CCHBC) has restated its commitment to contributing its quota towards a more sustainable society through its social, economic and environmental initiatives.

At the unveiling of the company’s sustainability report, NBCs’ Public Affairs and Communications Director, Ekuma Eze, described the Sustainability Report as a compilation of NBC’s social impact and environmental stewardship in Nigeria over the last few years.

Firm threatens Nigerian Breweries with legal action over alleged intellectual property use

An Enugu-based engineering firm, Evanpower Engineering Limited, has accused Nigerian Breweries Plc (“NB Plc”) with reneging on payment of services rendered at its Ama, Enugu Brewery and for use of its intellectual property without compensation. The firm has threatened to go to court if NB fails to pay for the services rendered.

Promasidor Reaffirms Commitment to Employees Safety, Compliance to Regulations

Promasidor Nigeria Limited has restated its commitment to ensuring the safety of its employees and risk-free operations as it remains unwavering in adherence to health and safety requirements for organisational development.

This position was reinforced at the company’s safety day held last week under the theme “No Safety, Know Pain”, where stakeholders enlightened the workforce on health and safety measures, both at work and home.

Kaduna indigenes seek redress over toxic fumes, unfair labour practices at Nigerian Breweries

Indigenes of Southern Kaduna under the umbrella name Arewa Youth Movement for Good Governance (AYMGG) have called on the State Government and other relevant authorities to come to their aid to save them from toxic fumes coming from the production facility of Nigerian Breweries Plc (“NB”).

The group accused the brewing company’s Kaduna production plant of sending out toxic odour into the environment which has endangered the lives of residents of Makera, Kaduna South local government area.

Recycling firm calls on FG to improve enabling environment to attract FDI

Lexsz Plastics Limited, a plastics recycling firm has urged the Federal Government to improve on infrastructural development to attract foreign direct investment in the country.

The Executive Director of Lexsz Plastics, Oba Olufemi Akowe, made the call while chatting with newsmen recently in Lagos. He said government should create a conducive business environment, especially on infrastructure, so that businesses can flourish and attract more FDIs into the country.

Recycling firm invests $8m in Ogun facility

Lexsz Plastics Limited, a polyethylene terephthalate plastic bottle recycling firm based in Ogun State has invested $8 million in a 10-acre factory located along the Lagos/Ibadan expressway.

The company said it made the investment after China, the world’s biggest importer of recycled plastics banned its import in 2018. The company exported most of its products to China.

Golden Guinea Breweries nears completion of factory overhaul

Golden Guinea Breweries Plc, the Umuahia-based brewer which has not been active for over 16 years following a fire outbreak at its facilities in 2003 leading to closure of the business said it is nearing completion of retooling work that will enable it restart production.

In a statement released to the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Thursday, the once brewer of Eagle stout, Bergedorf lager and Golden Guinea lager said it is optimistic of returning to full operations on or before the second quarter of 2019.