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Mataara Tea Factory employees celebrate their recognition as the most improved factory in energy efficiency in Region 1 together with representatives from KTDA, GIZ and ETP. Mataara’s energy consumption for every kilo of made tea dropped by 34 per cent between 2013 and 2017.

IN PICTURE: KTDA Field Service Coordinator Eddah Chebosir advises Joseph Chepkwony, a tea farmer from Bomet, on how to apply fertiliser. Through the FFS programme, KTDA supports farmers in Tea production and Management to improve their earnings. 

The Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) Chebut factory is set to take over management of 260 acres of mature tea owned by the county government after conclusion of ongoing negotiations.

Mary Waruguru, Director for Githambo Tea Factory, receives a certificate from Dr Joshua Okumbe, CEO Centre for Corporate Governance, during the closing ceremony of KTDA Management Services Corporate Governance workshop in Nairobi. KTDA has embraced good corporate governance practices in its endeavour to grow shareholder value along the tea value chain. More than 130 directors and senior managers attended the workshop.

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ISO Certified!

KTDA Holdings Chief Executive Officer Lerionka Tiampati (right) receives the ISO 9001:2015 certificate from SGS Kenya Limited Managing Director Albert Stockell on November 7, 2017. ISO 9001:2015 is an international standard that sets out requirements for maintaining a quality management system (QMS). The certification is a demonstration of KTDA’s ability and commitment to consistently provide products and services that satisfy customer needs.

BIG WIN: KTDA senior managers display trophies and plaques won during the 2017 Tea Industry Gala Awards last week at Windsor Hotel Nairobi. KTDA-managed tea factories that were recognized include Ngere, Kangaita, Kathangariri, Ndima, Nduti, Itumbe, Gachege, Kiru, Ikumbi, Njunu, Gathuthi, Gitugi, Mununga, Mungania and Rukuriri. The event honours tea factories that manufacture the highest quality and priced teas.

His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta (Second Left) keenly listens to KTDA (H) Chairman Peter Kanyago (First Left) when he toured the KTDA stand during the Central Kenya ASK Show. Looking on is KTDA RM Peter Kinyua (Third from left)and Nyeri Governor Wahome Gakuru (Fourth from left). KTDA won several awards during the event. 

Tea growers payment

Tea Grower Payments [ Download Full File ] - JPG

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