Trukai pours in a sponsorship package for Morobe Show

Morobe is known for many agricultural developments focused on building and improving local people’s prosperity and the annual Morobe Show is a great avenue for promotion of such activities.

Leading rice distributor Trukai Rice Industries has always jumped onto the Morobe Show’s bandwagon to showcase their involvement in the agriculture sector. This time  the favourite rice company has  come around with a sponsorship package of K60,000 – K55,000 in cash and K5 000 worth of rice to be distributed to sing sing groups.

The company in a cheque presentation to the Morobe Show committee today continues a partnership of 25 years supporting event.

Trukai Industries Chief Financial Officer Andrew Lawson said Trukai Industries is more than just good food, it has become an integral part of the lifestyle and traditions of Papua New Guineans and a true reflection of the company’s proud roots in PNG and its commitment and relationship with the people in the last 46 years.

He said Trukai Industries takes pride in supporting and promoting cultural events because it on the companies to trade under a local name and hopes that the support will assist the show committee stage a successful event.

“I would like to take this opportunity to announce that Trukai Industries has re-affirmed its blue ribbon sponsorship of the annual Morobe Show, once again this year,” Lawson said.

He added that through the event the company aims to share its experiences in the development of large scale commercial rice production in PNG and the use of smallholder farming as a source of rice for commercial farming.

Trukai Industries will also exhibit at the show with showcasing its products with an information booth and milling rice through its solar mill demonstrations alongside other fun and games for both old and young and merchandise on sale on the day.

The show this month is again expected to draw a number of goers from all over the country and abroad.

President of the Morobe Show Committee, Mike Quinn said despite the tough economic times, Trukai Industries has come good and was very grateful for the continued support.


Picture: Trukai Industries Chief 

Wendy Katusele