Issue 23: Update on BCB International - BCB International Ltd

Issue 23: Update on BCB International

20 March 2023
Keir Starmer Visit

A message from BCB

It has been a busy past year for BCB International. With the Ukraine conflict and natural disasters worldwide, BCB have been working round the clock to support individuals affected internationally. Here is a breakdown of what BCB has been doing the last year.

Ukraine Response

In the wake of the Ukraine crisis, BCB International acted swiftly and decisively to provide crucial support to those in need. Through the provision of essential equipment such as ballistics, sleeping gear, medical kits, cooking equipment, tactical gear, and our own FireDragon Fuel, we were able to make a meaningful impact in Ukraine.

In addition to supplying directly to Ukraine using our own extensive transport network, we also partnered with key organizations such as Ukrainian charities, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and the United Nations to ensure that our aid reached those who needed it most.

Our commitment to Ukraine has not wavered, and we continue to offer life-saving equipment and support to every day. As part of our dedication to the cause, we have also employed several Ukrainian refugees to assist us in our efforts, their input and bravery is very much appreciated.

At BCB International, we understand the urgency of the situation in Ukraine and are proud to play our part in providing vital assistance and support to those affected by this crisis.

SAFE (Sustainable and Affordable Fuel Eco) Project

FireDragon Fuel is a revolutionary product which has been used by military organizations internationally, but it has also been made available to individuals through our retail market. As an eco-friendly fuel, FireDragon is extremely powerful and effective, making it an ideal choice for use as a primary cooking fuel in developing countries.

BCB recently conducted a successful study in Malawi which shows its effectiveness in developing countries. The project now aims to establish markets for FireDragon in developing countries, with the goal of making a significant impact in the fight against environmental degradation.

BCB estimates that even a small adoption rate of FireDragon in major cities in Malawi could have a profound impact on the environment. By reducing CO2 emissions by up to 960 tonnes and preventing the destruction of over 150 acres of forest, the SAFE project could make a significant contribution to the global effort to address climate change and preserve natural habitats.

As we move forward, BCB is committed to developing and expanding our project in developing countries, with the goal of making a meaningful and positive impact on the environment and the lives of people who depend on natural resources for their survival.

Keir Starmer Visit to BCB

BCB International was delighted to receive Keir Starmer, the leader of the Labour Party, at its factory and offices. During his visit, Keir was given a comprehensive tour of our production area, enabling him to witness first-hand the high-quality products we manufacture and supply.

In addition to showcasing our operations, BCB also took the opportunity to extend a warm welcome volunteers from the local Ukrainian Community Centre and local Ukrainian refugees, affording them the chance to engage in open dialogue with Keir regarding their experiences as refugees in Wales, and the work they have been doing. This gesture of goodwill was intended to foster a sense of community and inclusivity, enabling refugees to feel valued and heard.

BCB also observed a minute's silence to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. This solemn tribute honoured the victims of this tragic event, while also highlighting the need for continued vigilance and advocacy in promoting peace and security around the world.

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