Puma invests in new Alotau terminal

In anticipation of the Districts growth and unique market demand, the company will build a modern terminal in a strategy to feed into this potential.

In a statement, the company said decision to upgrade the facility reinforces the company’s long-term commitment to invest in Papua New Guinea and to better serve the coastal community of the Milne Bay Province.

A ground breaking ceremony was held on Tuesday the 9th of August by the terminal team and construction crew.

Puma authorized to supply fuel

The Independent Consumer and Competition Commission (ICCC) announced in a statement that ‘Conditional Authorization’ has been granted to the company to supply Jet A-1 (jet fuel).

The authorization protects Puma Energy and the National Airports Corporation (NAC) from any legal actions under the ICCC Act 2002; to lease a piece of land at or near Jacksons International Airport to build an aviation fuel farm facility and provide associated services.

Puma announces promo winner

He said: “We have had an overwhelming response from our customers throughout the country to our ‘Fuel Up & Win’ promotion.”

When congratulating the winner David Goglkama of the Puma Energy’s third Grand Draw for the Southern region, Tokome said the customer participation in the competition was overwhelming.

The draw was conducted on Thursday under police supervision at the Waigani service station in Port Moresby.

All Blacks expecting physical rather than niggly approach from Pumas

RNZ reports the All Blacks have begun the series with two straightforward wins over Australia, the second in Wellington becoming a niggly affair when the Wallabies tried to provoke the All Blacks in retaliating.

Lock Brodie Rettallick says he doesn't mind that style of game as it indicates the opposition isn't focusing on the game although he admits it can get frustrating.

"There's a line where you have got to stand up as a team and not just stand there are take it and there's also a point where it diverts you from what you are doing.

You can now race against Usain Bolt with Puma's BeatBot

Puma have introduced the BeatBot, a programmable, self-driving, line-following robot that gives training runners a target to race against.

Utilising infrared sensors to follow the lines on a track and a front-facing camera, the BeatBot counts the revolution of its wheels to track its speed and distance.

Puma states that it then uses that data to make more than 100 adjustments per second while racing.