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AF International at Paperworld China 2006

Posted on 08 November 2006 |

AF International, Europe's leading manufacturer of specialised cleaning products for office and information communication technology equipment, will be exhibiting at the Paperworld China Exhibition 2006 in Shanghai.

Paperworld China is the largest stationery and office products exhibition in Asia. There will be approximately 452 exhibitors from 22 different countries. It is the place to discover the newest stationery and office products made with cutting edge technologies. Over 13 thousand visitors are expected over the three days of opening 13 to 15th November 2006.

Providing Gold sponsorship of the Chinese Office Product Awards 2006 (via OPI), AF is also short listed for two awards, 'Exporter of the Year' and 'Corporate Social Responsibility'. "We are delighted to be one of the Gold Sponsors for this years OPI Chinese Office Products Awards, we never expected to be nominated, let alone short listed for two of them" Ron Jakeman, Managing Director.

AF is also sponsoring the 'Young Professional of the Year award' at the show. This award seeks out those with the ability, energy and potential to influence the future of their company. Nominees work for an office products vendor, dealer, reseller or wholesaler, but can be from any discipline. Whatever their role, candidates are making a significant contribution to their company's success.

"Within any industry young professionals should be encouraged to progress through their chosen channel, and this is one way in which AF International can show its support of rising stars within the industry" Sharon Zhang, Chinese General Manager.

The AF range of easy to use products which has been created to make the working environment cleaner will be on show. With health, safety and hygiene issues high on the agenda of all work places, AF International has created specialised formulations to clean effectively and hygienically to reduce the risk of infection through viruses, and consequently lost productivity resulting from illness.