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Canon Middle East adds one more distribution deal in Jordan

Canon Middle East (CME), a provider of imaging technologies and services, signed a distribution agreement in Jordan with Logicom, a leading regional distributor of technology solutions and services.
As part of the agreement, Logicom Jordan will distribute and promote Canon’s comprehensive consumer product portfolio of photo, video and B2C printing solutions to the entire Jordanian market.
Canon is already present in Jordan through its long-standing partner United Electronics Company (UEC), and the recent agreement with Logicom will further expand Canon’s reach nationwide and position Canon as the imaging leader in the Jordanian market.
“For 80 years, Canon has been at the forefront of new imaging technologies, supported by our strong research

Ghana to attain 100-300 MW of biomass power from waste

Government is on course to transform the country’s energy system away from fossil fuels towards energy efficiency and sustainable energies such as wind and biomass, a Deputy Minister for Energy, Joseph Cudjoe, has told parliament.
Answering a question on plans to transform the country’s energy system away from fossil fuels, Joseph Cudjoe said by the year 2030, some significant amount of renewable forms of energy would have been added to the national grid.
According to him, the Ministry of Energy

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

Mondi completes the acquisition of NPP

Further to the announcement made on April 2018, Mondi confirms that all conditions have been satisfied and it has completed the acquisition of National Company for Paper Products and Import & Export S.A.E (“NPP”), for a total consideration of EGP510 million (€24 million) on a debt and cash free-basis.
NPP operates an industrial bags plant in Giza near Cairo (Egypt), serving regional customers. The business will be integrated into Mondi’s Fibre Packaging Business Unit, which is a leading

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