keyboard_arrow_upID Logistics maps out ambitions for 2018
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ID Logistics SA marked another strong year with high potential new clients within an innovation-driven culture.

keyboard_arrow_upJozi’s trendiest inspired to kickstart their mornings
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2018 has lifted off the ground and South Africa has been nothing short of uneventful. The economy continues to have a very real impact on day to day living as many wake up early to earn an income, travel far, sit in traffic and end each day fatigued only to have to do it again […]

keyboard_arrow_upNestlé opens water efficient factory in Mexico
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Nestlé’s most water efficient factory in the world is now open in Mexico, in a move that the company plans to replicate in its factories worldwide. Through new processes that deliver significant efficiencies, the Cero Agua dairy factory in the central, water-stressed state of Jalisco will move toward being a zero-water factory. It will use mainly recycled water from its dairy factory.

keyboard_arrow_upNespresso patent revoked
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Nestlé Nespresso SA (Nespresso) believes that the Appeals Board of the European Patent Office (EPO) failed to ‘recognise the unique innovations inherent in the design of the Nespresso system’, when the system’s patent was revoked on 11 October.

keyboard_arrow_upNestlé opens advanced pathogen labs
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Nestlé has declared war on pathogens in the food chain with the opening of what it describes as ‘the most advanced laboratories of their kind’. The new facilities at the Nestle Research Centre in Lausanne, Switzerland, will have a high level of bio-containment, restricting certain areas to trained personnel who must wear protective clothing and adhere to strict hygiene procedures.

keyboard_arrow_upNestlé to create visitors centre to mark its 150th anniversary in 2016
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To mark its 150th anniversary in 2016, Nestlé has decided to transform the buildings formerly belonging to Henri Nestlé into a public visitors centre. "Visitors will meet and discover our company in the main building where they also learn about Nestlé’s past, present and future," said Nestlé Chairman Peter Brabeck-Letmathe at the publication of planning proposals. Nestlé’s CEO Paul Bulcke added: "This new centre, located on Nestlé’s original site, marks our historical roots in Vevey and Switzerland. From a small manufacturer of an innovative product, Nestlé has become, in 150 years, the world’s leading nutrition, health and wellness company, employing more than 330,000 people worldwide. We are proud of our roots."