South Pacific Brewery

Tufi Tapa Festival Gets Support

SPB has supported the event with a K10,000 cheque presented to Member for Ijivitari, Richard Masere. The brewer has been supporting this cultural event since 2018. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the event was deferred from 2021 to this year from 12-13 March.

“COVID-19 affected many of our activities, especially sponsored events, but we are happy to continue supporting the Tufi Tapa and Tattoo Festival,” says SPB Corporate Affairs Manager, John Nilkare.

Staff Partake In World Quality Week

World Quality Week is about making business and society better and how socially conscious companies create value for their customers by being innovative and improving their products and services.

It is also an opportunity to celebrate quality achievements, and recognize those that uphold trust to sustain and improve performance every day of the year.

The focus this year is on quality’s role in sustainability and its environmental, social and governance (ESG) impact.

New brewery chairman

He was elected by a majority vote at the 21 April board of directors meeting held in Port Moresby.

Joyce joined the company as marketing manager in 1995 and was later promoted to managing director in 2007, a position he held right up until his retirement in September 2019. Subsequent to his retirement, he was nominated onto the board as a director; a position he has held until his elevation to chairman.

He succeeds the late Sir Joseph Tauvasa, who passed away in January this year.

SP to launch new product today

 The SP Export Radler is a mixture of our Export Lager beer and natural lemon juice with just 2 per cent alcohol.

SP Brewery’s Commercial Manager, Damian Dabkowski said the new product compliments the Brewery’s current beer brands and is ideal for drinking with meals, at home with friends and after sports.

“The SP Export Radler is targeted specifically to adult consumers over the age of 18 and appeals to a wide variety of consumers, especially women.

 "This product is proudly brewed in PNG and will be out on shelves across the country from tomorrow.