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In May, numerous foreign ministers from Latin America and the Caribbean visited Berlin when they accepted the invitation of Germany’s Foreign Minister Heiko Maas. At the Latin America and Caribbean Conference on 28 May at the Federal Foreign Office, important issues should be clarified: which challenges are particularly pressing? What can Germany, Latin America and the Caribbean achieve together? 

Our managing director Lizi Alexander-Christiansen was also present - both as a participant in the conference and as a founding member of "Unidas".

Chriwa informs itself on a fair called “PINK” about new Advertising Materials and collects many impressions and ideas.

Here are some impressions:

On 26.02. Chriwa became a little “Hollywood”. On that day, a film crew came to us to film an interview with Mrs. Christiansen. In addition, other areas of the company were filmed (for example, in the workshop) to capture our workflows.

On 15.02.19 all colleagues had a delicious breakfast in our company. Our insurance agency - the VGH in Wietze – sponsored the wonderful breakfast to say thank you for the good cooperation so far.

Our colleagues Oleg Kaplan, Key Account Manager at Chriwa, and Živko Popović, Head of our Serbian branch, at the opening of a baby food factory in Dobanovci. The Chriwa Group supplied the water treatment and wastewater treatment technology for this factory.

Upon invitation of Professor José Nicanor Gonzales Quijano, our Managing Director Lizi Alexander-Christiansen visited the University of Lima/Peru (http://www.usmp.edu.pe/) for a lecture in the master’s course Governance, and to participate in a dialogue on water for the population.

May 2018: A portrait of our Marketing Director and Head of Sales for Latin and South America and the Caribbean Islands, Mrs. Lizi Alexander-Christiansen, in the magazine “LANDLUFT – das Celler Land Magazin”.

Interview with Mr. Joern Haase, Senoir Project Engineer at CUSS, concerning the demands of wastewater treatment on the African market

Water is a very necessary part of every individual’s life. Due to pollution and harsh effects of industries the preserved water on earth is decreasing day by day. In most African countries, substantial quantities of wastewater from many commercial establishments like laundries, hotels and hospitals, freely mix with sewage. The larger the sewers networks, the more risky they are to operate, especially in developing countries which deploy only manual sewer cleaning processes.