In Port Moresby, Five (5) private companies have signed up in the first quarter of 2017. They are Pacific Network Services Limited, PNG Lending Consultants, Tasty Bites Sharah Ltd, 2G Development and CPL Farmers Market.
In West New Britain, private companies that have signed up with Nambawan Super are Unea Shipping, Karato Ltd and Kulungi Estate. In New Ireland, Network International, United Church Pastors Training College and the Institute of Business Studies started contributing to Nambawan Super Ltd and in East New Britain Gaulim Teachers College Ancillary Sta, Billy Architects and Rovarez Petrolero Engineering.
All these companies have complied with the Superannuation Act 2000 by engaging its employees to contribute to an authorised superannuation Fund. Acting Chief Executive Officer, Vere Arava said a lot of business operators in PNG do not take heed of the Business Laws of PNG. “Businesses that don’t take heed and contribute eventually are penalised for not complying under the Superannuation General Provisions Act.
Mr Arava commended the companies for choosing Nambawan Super as their choice of Superannuation. “At Nambawan Super our corporate values shape our policies, guide our actions and underpin respect and service for our members. Our corporate values include; innovation, accountability, teamwork, transparency, professionalism and integrity. As members of Nambawan Super they will now enjoy some of the privileges that contributing employers have enjoyed had a membership.
card to enjoy getting discounts form over 120 companies who have join up on the NSL discount alliance, efficient 24 hour turnaround time customer service.”
For new employers who are looking for better investments for your staff in terms of their superannuation contribution CALL 1599 and enquire as to how you can how you can join as members of Nambawan Super.