by Eric Haurupma – EM TV, Port Moresby
Australian NRL sports ambassador and former North Queensland Cowboy Brent Tate officiated at the opening ceremony of Anitua Limited today.
Anitua Limited sells housing equipment like paints and other handyman tools, including water bottles.
Brent Tate encouraged fans to promote rugby league in the country. The opening ceremony signified the company’s 20 years of dedicated services to the people of PNG.
Anitua General Manager John Svenson, Luxury Exports General Manager Luke Jackson and employees of Anitua Limited from its Lae and Port Moresby branches were present at the ceremony. A number of products were showcased, ranging from construction items to varieties of goods and supplies in Antiua’s Six Mile outlet.
The event was a milestone for the company’s success in delivering products and services to the people. Brent Tate was excited to be in the country as a sports ambassador, officiating at this event.
The company also empowers women in the country to take up responsibility that was once held by men. It is now aiming to build its female capacity to up to 100 employees in its Port Moresby and Lae outlets.
Eric Haurupma is a UPNG Journalism student.