Total Nigeria PLC (TOTAL.ng) 2006 Annual Report

first_imgTotal Nigeria PLC (TOTAL.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Energy sector has released it’s 2006 annual report.For more information about Total Nigeria PLC (TOTAL.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Total Nigeria PLC (TOTAL.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Total Nigeria PLC (TOTAL.ng)  2006 annual report.Company ProfileTotal Nigeria Plc is a marketing and services subsidiary of Total which is a multinational integrated oil and gas company and one of the seven major oil companies in the world. Total operates in 130 countries in the world including Nigeria where it supplies fuel for petrol engines, diesel engines and kerosene. Total’s worldwide business interests cover the entire oil and gas chain from exploration of crude oil and natural gas to the refining, production and trading of petroleum products. Total is also a large-scale manufacturer of chemicals and a major player in low-carbon energies. Total Nigeria Plc has been a leader in the downstream sector of the Nigerian oil and gas industry for over 50 years. The first Total filling station was commissioned in Lagos in 1956. Today, the company operates an extensive distribution network of some 500 service stations, 19 customer service stations, numerous industrial outlets, 5 fuel depots, distribution plants and warehouses located in the Western, Northern and Eastern territories of Nigeria. Its head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Total Nigeria Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchangelast_img read more

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Young Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout

first_imgArchDaily Young Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbroutSave this projectSaveYoung Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout 2011 ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/143935/young-workers-residence-aasb_agence-d%25e2%2580%2599architecture-suzelbrout Clipboard Residential Architecture Projects Architects: aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout Area Area of this architecture project CopyResidential Architecture•Paris, France Photographs:  Herve Abbadie, Frédéric DelangleText description provided by the architects. This project deals with the extension and the restructuration of a young workers residence, a 10-levels building made of a concrete structure with overhangs every 2.50m.Save this picture!© Frédéric DelangleThe existing building was built in a brutal way in the 1970s on the Fondation Eugene Napoleon domain, a group of Heritage buildings.Save this picture!Site PlanTo go faster, allow freedom of interior organization and future flexibility, the extensions have been assembled using a metal frame. Save this picture!© Herve AbbadieThe anodized aluminium envelope draws up a new geometry, free of architectural styles, that encompasses the extensions and the existing buildings.Save this picture!SectionIt reflects the light and is slit by openings onto the windows and the balconies/galleries of the garden. Final touch to the Fondation’s composition, the garden is connected to the Boulevard by openings in the outer wall, to the communal life spaces on the ground floor and to the galleries on the western façade.Save this picture!© Frédéric DelangleThe housing itself is the result of working on expanding minimum space, on series and repetitions. Save this picture!PlanThe metal structure allows shifting forward or backward the light frame partition walls in the flats to create two spaces, the “services” in the hall and the living space close to the window.Save this picture!© Herve AbbadieProject gallerySee allShow lessA Peripheral MomentArticlesThe Apple Campus in CupertinoArticlesProject locationAddress:105 Boulevard Diderot, 75012 Paris, FranceLocation to be used only as a reference. It could indicate city/country but not exact address. Share CopyAbout this officeaasb_agence d’architecture suzelbroutOfficeFollowProductsSteelConcrete#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureParisResidentialHousingRefurbishmentFrancePublished on June 17, 2011Cite: “Young Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout” 17 Jun 2011. ArchDaily. Accessed 12 Jun 2021. ISSN 0719-8884Read commentsBrowse the CatalogPartitionsSkyfoldIntegrating Operable Walls in a SpaceGlass3MSafety Window Films in Associated Watch and Jewelry BuyersFaucetshansgroheKitchen Mixers – Talis MWindowsAir-LuxSliding Windows for High-Rise BuildingsSignage / Display SystemsGoppionDisplay Case – B-ClassGlassLAMILUXGlass Roof PR60Manuals & AdviceSikaFirestop SystemsMetal PanelsAmerican MetalcraftRainscreen – RS300Curtain WallsRabel Aluminium SystemsMinimal Curtain Wall – Rabel 35000 Slim Super ThermalWaste Containers / Recycling BinsPunto DesignLitter Bin – PapilonSound BoothsFramerySoundproof Phone Booths – Framery OneCarpetsnanimarquinaRugs – ShadeMore products »Read commentsSave想阅读文章的中文版本吗?Young Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout是否翻译成中文现有为你所在地区特制的网站?想浏览ArchDaily中国吗?Take me there »✖You’ve started following your first account!Did you know?You’ll now receive updates based on what you follow! Personalize your stream and start following your favorite authors, offices and users.Go to my stream Photographs Area:  3751 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” Year:  Young Workers Residence / aasb_agence d’architecture suzelbrout France Save this picture!© Herve Abbadie+ 21 Share “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/143935/young-workers-residence-aasb_agence-d%25e2%2580%2599architecture-suzelbrout Clipboardlast_img read more

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Garrott’s single goes national

first_img You Might Like Local group celebrates ‘Constitution Week’ Sept. 17 to 23 Today begins the national celebration of Constitution Week, a weeklong commemoration of America’s most important document. However, it is one… read more “When I was in college at Troy, the Double Branch is where I played,” Garrott said. “I spent time there tending bar, and I just slipped into the band and fell in love with live music. So it will be good to be back where I started.”Garrott is living in Nashville, which is the base for her road trips. She is writing some of her own songs.“I’m writing, recording, promoting – eating, sleeping and breathing music,” she said. “It’s all very exciting, and I enjoy every minute of it.” Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Book Nook to reopen Latest Stories Published 7:20 pm Wednesday, September 16, 2009 “Each quarter a compilation of 10 new singles is put on a CD by a recording company and sent to major radio stations around the country,” Garrott said. “The radio stations listen to the CD and decide which songs they want to add to their play list.”Garrott said there’s a code on the singles that record the number of spins it gets and that number determines where a song is ranked on the national charts, Billboard and Music Row, at the end of each week.Although she is featured on country music charts, Garrott describes her music as country with a Southern rock edge. “Patsy Cline meets Bonnie Raitt.” By The Penny Hoarder Around the WebMd: Do This Immediately if You Have Acid Reflux (Watch Now)Healthy LifestyleIf You Have Ringing Ears Do This Immediately (Ends Tinnitus)Healthier LivingHave an Enlarged Prostate? Urologist Reveals: Do This Immediately (Watch)Healthier LivingWomen Only: Stretch This Muscle to Stop Bladder Leakage (Watch)Healthier LivingRemoving Moles & Skin Tags Has Never Been This EasyEssential HealthGet Fortnite SkinsTCGThe content you see here is paid for by the advertiser or content provider whose link you click on, and is recommended to you by Revcontent. As the leading platform for native advertising and content recommendation, Revcontent uses interest based targeting to select content that we think will be of particular interest to you. We encourage you to view your opt out options in Revcontent’s Privacy PolicyWant your content to appear on sites like this?Increase Your Engagement Now!Want to report this publisher’s content as misinformation?Submit a ReportGot it, thanks!Remove Content Link?Please choose a reason below:Fake NewsMisleadingNot InterestedOffensiveRepetitiveSubmitCancel Anna Garrott is beginning to believe that dreams really do come true.Sometimes, she thought her dream of making it in the country music industry might be just that. But with hard work and perseverance, things started to fall into place for the Troy native.On Sept. 8, the realization of the dream became a real possibility when her CD single, “What a Way to Go,” was released to radio stations across the nation. Print Article Garrott’s single goes national The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… Sponsored Content Email the author “Actually, ‘What a Way to Go’ is doing fantastic out of the gate,” Garrott said. “It’s been added to the play list at radio stations in Arkansas, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Colorado, Georgia, Texas and New Mexico. And, it’s moving up. In one week it has jumped 90 spots to 211 and that’s exciting. The life of song is 20 weeks, so hopefully, we’ll keep crawling on up there.”The more spins a song gets, the better it will sell and the more doors of opportunity that will be opened for the aspiring country music singer.“I’m slam busy right now and that’s good,” Garrott said. “I’m on the road a lot. I travel with my band that includes guys on keyboard, electric guitar, bass and drums. I just got back from Mississippi where I opened for Jeff Bates and I’ll be leaving Thursday (today) for Bloomington, Ill. where I’ll play for Kenny Chesney’s Tailgate Party. And, Saturday, I’ll be in Troy for Troy University’s first home football game.”While in town Garrott will be on stage at the Double Branch and all friends and fans are invited to see her show Saturday night. By Jaine Treadwell Pike County Sheriff’s Office offering community child ID kits Skiplast_img read more

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Aggression and sexual activity of male Southern elephant seals, Mirounga leonina

first_imgThe agonistic and sexual activity of individual male Southern elephant seals (Mirounga leonina) was studied during the breeding season at South Georgia. Harem bulls were older and larger than non‐harem bulls and, although size and age are related, harem bulls were also larger than non‐harem bulls of the same age. Large body size conferred advantages in fighting and the agonistic relationships of the bulls gave rise to a dominance hierarchy with access to harems and activity within harems, being determined by rank. Vocalizations were the most highly rank‐related aggressive behaviours. The most common vocalization, the roar, probably functioned in both individual recognition and size assessment. Over 90% of encounters of high‐ranked bulls were “walkovers” and only 4% of 4003 agonistic interactions nvolved physical contact.last_img read more

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Bayesian inference of a historical bottleneck in a heavily exploited marine mammal

first_imgEmerging Bayesian analytical approaches offer increasingly sophisticated means of reconstructing historical population dynamics from genetic data, but have been little applied to scenarios involving demographic bottlenecks. Consequently, we analysed a large mitochondrial and microsatellite dataset from the Antarctic fur seal Arctocephalus gazella, a species subjected to one of the most extreme examples of uncontrolled exploitation in history when it was reduced to the brink of extinction by the sealing industry during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Classical bottleneck tests, which exploit the fact that rare alleles are rapidly lost during demographic reduction, yielded ambiguous results. In contrast, a strong signal of recent demographic decline was detected using both Bayesian skyline plots and Approximate Bayesian Computation, the latter also allowing derivation of posterior parameter estimates that were remarkably consistent with historical observations. This was achieved using only contemporary samples, further emphasizing the potential of Bayesian approaches to address important problems in conservation and evolutionary biology.last_img read more

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Scoreboard roundup — 11/11/19

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Monday’s sports events:NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONMinnesota 120, Detroit 114Boston 116, Dallas 106Memphis 113, San Antonio 109Houston 122, New Orleans 116Utah 122, Golden State 108L.A. Clippers 98, Toronto 88NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUECarolina 8, Ottawa 2Arizona 4, Washington 3NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUESeattle 27, San Francisco 24 (OT)TOP-25 COLLEGE BASKETBALLWinthrop 61, Saint Mary’s 59Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved. Written by November 12, 2019 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 11/11/19center_img Beau Lundlast_img

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Nexera Energy to drill well on Huebinger lease

first_img Nexera Energy to drill well on Huebinger lease. (Credit: skeeze from Pixabay) Nexera Energy Inc. (TSXV:NGY)(OTC PINK:EMBYF) (the “Company” or “Nexera”) is pleased to announce that the Company has commenced operations to survey and permit a new well drilling location on the Huebinger lease at the Company’s Wooden Horse project in South Texas.The proposed Huebinger E1 well represents the next phase of drilling at Wooden Horse. Using seismic interpretation and well control, the Company will drill the Huebinger well structurally up-dip from the producing Kuhn 3 and Kuhn A5 wells. The Huebinger well will be drilled to the top of the Austin Chalk formation where oil production is coming from a water drive system with low decline rates. The Company is currently producing approximately 25 bopd from this formation in the Kuhn wells, and the Company anticipates significantly better results from the up-dip location chosen for the Huebinger well.With WTI oil prices currently in the USD $40.00 range, drilling costs significantly discounted compared to earlier in the year, and facilities including electricity already in place, the Company is confident in the economics of drilling the Huebinger well at this time. It is anticipated that surveying and permitting will be completed within the next two weeks, with drilling operations to begin before August 1, 2020. Source: Company Press Release The proposed Huebinger E1 well represents the next phase of drilling at Wooden Horselast_img read more

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COUNTY COMMISSIONER CHERYL MUSGRAVE PROPOSES PARENTAL LEAVE POLICY

first_imgBOARD OF COMMISSIONERS OF VANDERBURGH COUNTY, INDIANA Editor Footnote: Attached below is a copy of a proposed ordnance that amends the current Vanderburgh County ordinance.  This legislation proposes that a new code establishing a parental leave policy for Vanderburgh County.  County Commissioner Cheryl  Musgrave is  sponsor of amending the current ordinance. Please take time and read this proposed ordinance that will established a parental leave policy for Vanderburgh County.AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2.90 OF THE VANDERBURGH COUNTYCODE ESTABLISHING A PARENTAL LEAVE POLICYWHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, as the executive and legislative body of Vanderburgh County, have the power to adopt Ordinances relating to the administration of Vanderburgh County government; andWHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County seek to modify the County Employee Handbook to include a parental leave policy providing for up to four (4) weeks of paid leave for parents of a newborn or adopted child; andWHEREAS, Vanderburgh County is committed to ensuring that its employees are provided opportunities to succeed both in the workplace and with their families and further seek to ensure that pursuing a career and caring for one’s family is complementary and not contradictory; andWHEREAS, it is an objective of Vanderburgh County, as an employer, to facilitate opportunities to enrich both the workplace and families.NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County, Indiana as follows:SECTION 1. Amendment to Chapter 2.90 of the Vanderburgh County Code by the Addition of Section 2.90.340Section 2.90.340 of the Vanderburgh County Code is hereby created to read as follows:2.90.340 – Parental LeaveA. A full time County Employee who has been employed by Vanderburgh County for six (6) consecutive months may request and receive up to four (4) weeks of paid leave, upon one of the following events:1. the birth of the employee’s child;2. the birth of a child to the employee’s spouse; or3. the placement of a child for adoption with the employee.B. If one of the requirements set forth in Section 2.90.340 A is met, then such request for parental leave shall be granted.C. Parental leave shall run concurrently with the Family and Medical Leave Act for those County employees who are eligible for such leave. By: __________________________________ Bruce Ungethiem, PresidentBy: __________________________________ Cheryl A. W. Musgrave, Vice-PresidentBy: __________________________________ Ben Shoulders, Member center_img FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailShare D. Any parental leave not taken:1. within six (6) months after the birth of a child or the placement of a child foradoption as set forth in Section 2.90.340A; or2. prior to the County employee’s separation from employment is forfeited at the earlier of one of those two (2) events.SECTION 2. Effective Date.This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its passage by the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County and following publication as provided in I.C. 5-3-1.First passed by the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County this ____ day of ___________________________, 2018.Final passage by the Board of Commissioners of Vanderburgh County this ____ day of ___________________________, 2018.last_img read more

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Ocean City Students Sending Science Experiment Into Space

first_imgOcean City High School sophomore Madison Morgan, left, and junior Abigail Craige prepare to package an experiment that astronauts will carry out on the International Space Station. (Photos Courtesy Ocean City School District) Three Ocean City High School students will conduct research this year on the International Space Station as part of the Student Spaceflight Experiments Program (SSEP) Mission 13.Juniors Abigail Craige and Alexia Schmidt and sophomore Madison Morgan are finalizing their protocols and assembling their materials in preparation for their experiment’s launch into space in spring or summer.Astronauts will then follow the students’ directions to help gather data about the effects of microgravity on the growth rates and sex ratios of brine shrimp.The students ultimately hope that their data analysis reveals how brine shrimp can serve as a sustainable food source for astronauts.“We developed this experiment to test a creative way to offer astronauts both an alternative food source and a method of recycling,” Abigail said in a press release.Abigail and Alexia initially put together the proposal for the experiment, building upon previous research findings and consulting with Ocean City High School teachers.After learning that their proposal topped nine other proposals from OCHS and five from Ocean City Intermediate School (OCIS) to represent the Ocean City School District in the SSEP Mission 13, they recruited Madison to help prep the experiment.Madison had submitted another strong proposal for studying how mother of pearl enhances bone growth in space.“We were impressed with the quality of the proposals from our Ocean City students,” said OC Life 21 advisors David Uhrich and Daniel Weaver, also both OCHS physics teachers.They helped advise the OCHS students through the proposal process.Abigail, Alexia and Madison received additional guidance from OCHS biology teacher Catherine Georges, as they worked in a short period from the time the proposal was selected to the time they needed to submit the final proposal for signoff by SSEP organizers. They continue to work in Georges’ lab to test their proposed experiment and how to best package it.“I am hands-off unless the students need my input,” said Georges. “They are conducting the experiment on the ground, seeing what does and doesn’t work, brainstorming what could go wrong, and then making necessary adjustments.”Georges continued, “The district has been supportive in helping to get them the supplies they need, and the return on that investment is immeasurable. These students are engaging in high-level research.”Schools Superintendent Dr. Kathleen Taylor said, “We are proud to offer this unique opportunity to our students, because it will help them develop new skills, explore possibilities for the future and gain a competitive advantage over their peers when they go to apply for college or a job.”She added, “We often tell them to reach for the stars and that the sky is the limit, but now that their work has reached outer space, we will need to rethink that. Our students’ success is truly limitless.”Ocean City Intermediate School student Colin Schweim’s patch depicts a rocket ship leaving a wave in its wake.The Ocean City School District (OCSD) is one of only two K-12 districts in New Jersey participating in the SSEP this year. OCSD had previously participated in SSEP Mission 6, with about 100 students involved in some aspect of the proposal writing and experiment design process.This year, OCSD increased student involvement by engaging high school students involved in the OC Life 21 club and eighth grade students in a “Science from Space” Virtual High School enrichment course.Ocean City Primary School (OCPS) students in grades kindergarten through third grade and OCIS students in grades fourth through eighth also had the opportunity to participate in the SSEP by designing a patch for the chosen OCSD experiment.Each school ran a contest to choose a winning design, and the district will send the two winning patches along with its experiment into space.The patch design winners from OCIS, who will showcase their individual designs on opposite sides of one patch, are Colin Schweim, who drew a rocket ship with a cloud of smoke behind it that resembles a wave, and Valentina Asenov, who drew OCSD’s mascot in a spacesuit.The team of Hanna Dolinsky and Delaney Kampmeyer created the winning design from OCPS, placing a photo of an astronaut on the Ocean City Boardwalk holding fries and ice cream.In addition, the third grade students designed and built their own LEGO space station, which required them to develop a budget, conduct research and plan for an optimal design that fit within set parameters before getting started.About the Student Spaceflight Experiments ProgramThe Student Spaceflight Experiments Program is a program of the 501c3 National Center for Earth and Space Science Education (NCESSE) in the U.S. and the Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Space Education for communities internationally.It is enabled through a strategic partnership with DreamUp PBC and NanoRacks LLC, which are working with NASA under a Space Act Agreement as part of the utilization of the International Space Station as a National Laboratory.last_img read more

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Foreign foray

first_imgRecent statistics released by market development consultancy Food from Britain (FFB) show British bakery exports are booming, with sales of bread, biscuits and cakes increasing by nearly 7% over the January-September 2006 period, reaching £351 million. And with UK companies respected for their high-quality products, there has never been a better time to look to new markets overseas.”The UK baking industry is acknowledged as being among the most innovative in the world,” says Chris Brockman, research manager at FFB. “This reputation gives British companies an excellent advantage when it comes to developing a sales network in foreign countries. International markets differ considerably, with consumer tastes and trends varying from country to country. However, our extensive research can accurately pinpoint the various opportunities that exist for specific product types in individual markets.”The recent research has identified the biscuit market in the USA as a key growth area for British products, with exports to the country rising by more than 21% between 2004 and 2005. According to Pavel Kolarov, senior consultant at FFB North America, this is largely due to the excellent reputation of British products in this sector, partly fuelled by the large expatriate communities and a strong tourist market.”With the country as large as it is, it’s difficult to generalise trends and opportunities on a national level,” says Kolarov. “For instance, British biscuits are understandably more popular in areas with large expatriate communities, such as Florida and the East Coast, and California.”We have established, however, that there are certain types of biscuit that are proving increasingly popular with US consumers, leading to opportunities for British exporters.” For example, British premium chocolate-coated biscuits have always been well-received by the American public. However, as UK chocolate is very different and a lot richer than American chocolate, these products are seen as indulgent, luxury items, not mass-market products as they are in the UK.Growth in healthy snackingThe UK is now seeing increased consumer demand for healthy snacking and, according to Pavel, this trend is being echoed in the health-focused American snack market. Water crackers and crispbreads are proving popular, with British companies such as Carr’s and Jacob’s establishing themselves in the US market as the demand for low-fat and ’free-from’ alternatives increases, opening up new opportunities for British firms.”Although numerous American companies are producing low-fat biscuits, there will always be room for British alternatives on supermarket shelves,” says Kolarov. However, where British manufacturers have the real edge is in the production of snack products for allergy sufferers. Whereas the UK market has been quick to pick up on this potentially huge sector, American producers have been slow to react. British expertise in this area is widely respected, with American consumers now coveting the choice and quality of products enjoyed by their British counterparts.”Gluten-free items are especially sought after, and I would urge any British companies manufacturing these products to seriously look into taking advantage of this opportunity.”According to FFB’s Nordic office, opportunities exist for British bakery companies closer to home, too, with exports of breads, pastries and cakes to Denmark increasing by an impressive 17.7% between 2005 and 2006, reaching a value of £9.4m.Jakob True, director of FFB Nordic, believes this increase can be partly attributed to the growth in popularity of in-store bakeries in large supermarkets and hypermarkets. “Many more large food stores in the region are following the British trend of having in-store bakeries,” he says. “This has created a huge opportunity for British own-label companies who can now supply ready-to-bake products.”In-store bakeries are proving very profitable for the supermarkets, as they provide a good image and an enticing aroma and Danish firms are looking to capitalise on British expertise in this sector.”opportunities for Own-label breadSpeciality bread from Britain is also highly regarded in Denmark and across the Nordic region. UK producers are seen as being at the forefront of this product segment, whereas many speciality products, especially of ethnic origin, are relatively new to Nordic consumers.”The introduction of speciality breads into Nordic markets has been tremendously popular,” says True. “Nordic stores have been, and still are, looking to British companies to help develop this new segment in the market, and many producers are taking advantage of that opportunity.”Honeytop Speciality Foods is one such company. The firm, which was recently named ’Cereals Exporter of the Year’ at the annual Food from Britain Export Awards, exports naan breads to several countries across Europe, with Denmark and the wider Nordic region representing more than 40% of its total export sales.After researching the market, the company identified own-label as the best way to get its naan breads to market and, in 2005, it was awarded a contract to supply supermarkets Bilka, Føtex, and Netto, all part of the Dansk Supermarked group.”Supplying Dansk Supermarked stores has given a tremendous boost to our export business,” says Pauline Ball, business development controller for Europe at Honeytop. Multilingual packaging had to be developed and a suitable display carton had to be designed to suit the stores’ automated warehousing and on-shelf display requirements. Recipe changes had to be made, due to legislative requirements, but some changes were also made to the flavour profile to suit Danish consumers’ tastes.”It has been a very successful exercise that has now led to us expanding into other Nordic markets, including Finland, where we have now secured a listing in Kesko, the largest retail store in the country.” n? For advice on exporting bakery goods, contact Food from Britain on 0207 233 5111 or visit [http://www.foodfrombritain.co.uk].last_img read more

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