Honeywell rewards customers with Ghana, Dubai trips
For their outstanding contributions to the impressive results posted by Honeywell Flour Mills Plc in the last financial year, some customers of the company have been rewarded with all-expense-paid holiday trip to Ghana and Dubai.
The lucky customers to Dubai are Oladega Modiu and his wife Safurat Oladega of Kay-Solak Nigeria Ventures, who won first position in Business-To-Business category. Also included in the trip are Modinat Sanusi and husband, Kazeem Sanusi of Opeyemi Baking Industry Limited, who won first in Business-To-Consumer category.
Those on Ghana trip are Sales Officer, Opeyemi Baking Industry, Olaiya Rilwan Oriyomi, Managing Director, Namadi Inuwa Enterprises, Inuwa Umar Namadi and Sales Analyst, Opeyemi Baking Industry, Oladunmoye Sheriff Bukola.
They have since gone on their trips and are expected to visit interesting and historical places, according to Innovation and Consumer Insight Manager, Lanre DaSilva.
He listed such places in Dubai as Dubai museum, Jumeirah Mosque, Jumeirah Beach, Burj Al Arab, The Palm Island, Atlantis Hotel, Mall of Emirates, Dubai Mall and Burj Khalifa. They will also enjoy Dubai city tour, Dhow cruise, Desert Safari and Dune Bashing.
The excited beneficiaries expressed their appreciation to Honeywell Flour Mills, assuring that they would double their efforts to retain their position.
While announcing the winners during the company’s customers’ forum, Managing Director, Lanre Jaiyeola, had assured them of better service and performance, saying the company has put in place processes to ensure that it meets and even surpasses their expectations.
He listed part of efforts to meet customers’ demand to include the establishment of new Honeywell’s pasta plant at Honeywell Food and Agro Allied Industrial Complex in Sagamu, Ogun State, which consists of two spaghetti lines and two macaroni lines with annual capacity of about 140,000 metric tons.
According to him, the plant, which is the largest and most sophisticated pasta plants in sub-Saharan Africa, will produce pasta using both wheat and local grains.
Besides the plant, he said the site will accommodate over 10 additional factories all making food products by using locally available grains and tubers to provide more affordable high quality food for Nigerians and in the process create jobs and guaranteeing food security in the country.
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