Remington Technology

Remington Technology Boosts Blood Bank Operations
with Printer Donation

 

(L-R) Sir Brian Bell Centre for Transfusion Medicine Health Extension Officer, Elizabeth Homimirley, Operations Manager, Xenia Peni & Remington Technology General Manager, Justin Kieseker at the Remington Technology showroom in Port Moresby.

 

Port Moresby, January 22, 2024 – Remington Technology stepped up its community commitment by donating a brand-new Brother multifunction printer with toners to the Sir Brian Bell Centre for Transfusion Medicine at Port Moresby General Hospital. The donation supports the Centre’s crucial office operations.

 

Upon a service request for toners for their old printer, Operations Manager Xenia Peni sought assistance from Remington Technology, resulting in the generous donation. General Manager Justin Kieseker personally presented the printer on Monday, emphasising Remington’s dedication to being “Loyal To Local.”

 

Kieseker expressed pleasure in supporting the Centre’s life-saving efforts and highlighted Remington’s ongoing contribution through internal blood drives. Peni, on behalf of the hospital and the Blood Transfusion committee, extended gratitude for the consistent support shown by Remington Technology, not just through the printer donation but also via their active participation in annual blood drives since 2021.

 

Acknowledging the partnership with Remington Technology, Peni thanked General Manager, Justin Kieseker, and the team for recognising the Centre’s work. The new printer is expected to boost efficiencies in the day-to-day tasks of the Sir Brian Bell Centre for Transfusion Medicine.

 

Highlighting the ongoing need for blood donations, Peni encouraged individuals to visit the Sir Brian Bell Centre for Transfusion Medicine at Port Moresby General Hospital for a free blood test before contributing to this essential medical service that relies entirely on eligible volunteer blood donors.