From June 20th to the 23th, SARAYA the joined the 4th International Conference on Prevention & Infection Control (ICPIC), held in Geneva, Switzerland. ICPIC has become one of the foremost events for sharing research, knowledge and experiences in the prevention of healthcare-associated infection and control of antimicrobial resistance around the world.
Lakanto has worldwide appeal for its great taste and usefulness in any diet. Canada is continuing to recognize the Lakanto trend, and two morning news programs reported on the great uses for Lakanto as a zero-glycemic sweetener. Check out the videos before to see Lakanto and other great-looking healthy foods to help you kick off 2017 right.
SARAYA newly signed on the Business and Biodiversity Pledge. This pledge, established by the Conference of the Parties (COP), is for emphasizing the importance to businesses of biodiversity and the ecosystem-related services it provides.
Saraya will join the world's largest medical and healthcare related exhibition in the world. Come join us to the latest in surgical instrument processing. The Saraya booth is located at Hall 5, Row K-14.
We are pleased to announce our participation in ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam 2016, held from May 10 to 13, 2016. The ISSA/Interclean is one of the biggest trade shows for the professional cleaning industry, which is held every 2 years and a perfect venue for us to showcase our full line of hygiene and sanitation amenities.
Saraya is proud to announce winning the Gold Prize at the 'Eco Mark Award 2015' held by the Japan Environment Association (JEA). The prize recognises Saraya's commitment to producing and promoting environmentally friendly products.
With great pleasure SARAYA participated in Medica 2015 in Germany held from the 16th to the 19th of November. 130,000 specialist visitors from 120 nations came to Düsseldorf to see the world biggest exhibition for medical products.
From November 11th to the 13th, SARAYA's food sanitation instructors in Japan, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Malaysia gathered in Japan to take a "Train-the-Trainer/HACCP Course" conducted by the Japan HACCP Training Center. The training is aimed to develop instructors who are not just internationally recognized but also can be a trainer.