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Bluewater Appoints New General Manager For South African Operation In Major Restructure

July 8, 2020 | Pan African Visions

Bluewater AB, a world leading Swedish watertech company, has appointed Cape Town-based Janneke Brasecke as the new general manager for its South African organisation as part of a major restructure.

The realignment came as Bluewater sets out a growth-focused ambition to help Bluewater Africa rebound following the Covid19 epidemic by developing and growing existing and new business across the country. Bluewater Africa is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bluewater AB as of July 1, with an initial focus on continuing its well-established mobile water station business for the event, film and mining industries.

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Bluewater Appoints New GM for South African Operations in Major Restructure

July 7, 2020 | African Eye Report

Cape Town, South Africa, July 7, 2020 – Bluewater AB, a world leading Swedish watertech company, has appointed Cape Town-based Janneke Brasecke as the new general manager for its South African organisation as part of a major restructure.

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I Sverige lanseras nu den nya coolaste vattenflaskan för en grönare värld som hjälper folk att släcka törsten var och när som helst

June 25, 2020 | Fresh media

En helt ny serie med vattenflaskor i rostfritt stål och högkvalitativtglas, som kombinerar suveräna funktioner med stil, miljömedvetenhet och livstidsgaranti, lanseras i Sverige av ​Bluewater.

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10 snygga och praktiska vattenflaskor i rostfritt stål

June 25, 2020 | Allt om Mat

Att släcka törsten med vatten du tagit med i egen flaska är både bra för miljön och ekonomin. Allt om Mat tipsar här om 10 flaskor som håller ditt vatten kallt i sommar.

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New ownership moves The Ocean Race away from title sponsorship model

June 17, 2020 | SportBusiness

The new owners of The Ocean Race – once known simply as ‘The Volvo’ – are leading the multi-stage global sailing competition on a commercial pathway away from title sponsorship and focused on sustainability.

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Self-isolating? World solo sailing yachtswoman Dee Caffari shares her tips for staying in mental shape

June 8, 2020 | The Evolve Mag

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Isolating alone is scary and lonely. Advice on coping from a solo yachtswoman

April 8, 2020 | Silver Magazine

Dee Caffari is first woman to sail single-handed around the world. If you’re self isolating alone and struggling, here’s her advice about coping with the fear and loneliness…

Dee Caffari, 47, has sailed around the world six times. She’s the first woman to have sailed single-handed and non-stop around the world in both directions. And is the only woman to have sailed non-stop around the world a total of three times.

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Self-isolating? World solo sailing yachtswoman shares tips for mental health

March 24, 2020 | The Beacon

The ocean can be a big empty, lonely space when on a solo trip around the world…

I have self-isolated on two occasions, writes yachtswoman Dee Caffari in her regular blog for Sweden’s international water brand Bluewater. When I took part in the Vendee Globe, I spent three months at sea alone and on the Aviva Challenge I was alone at sea for six months.

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‘Focus only on what you can control’: A solo round-the-world sailor on isolation

March 19, 2020 | Support The Guardian

When I took part in the Vendee Globe, I spent three months at sea alone and on the Aviva Challenge I was alone at sea for six months. My home for that time was a 72ft boat with very few creature comforts and nothing in the way of entertainment, apart from my karaoke skills.

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Single-use plastic bottles – ‘Ocean Enemy #1’

January 26, 2020 | Cape Business News

Bluewater, a water purification technologies and solutions company, has slammed single-use plastic bottles as ‘ocean enemy #1’ at a major sustainability conference in Porto, Portugal.

Mr. Bengt Rittri, founder and CEO of Bluewater, told delegates to the Sustainable Brands 2019 Oceans Summit that production of throwaway plastic bottles continues to grow despite the evidence of the environmental pollution they cause.

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