When Qantas recently launched their new high-quality, rotable Headset to enhance and differentiate their onboard passenger experience, MNH was challenged to reduce inflight packaging waste, in-line with Qantas' environmental aspirations.
Qantas and MNH worked in partnership to develop a far more sustainable solution than the plastic envelope used previously to package headsets... a simple paper FSC strip, lovingly known as the Kanga Wrap*.
MNH features in the September/October issue of Onboard Hospitality!
The article looks at trends in Headset purchasing across the globe with an eye on rotable vs disposable and quotes Matt Rance our CEO.
It also looks at premium airlines investing in higher quality, rotable headsets in all cabins, for a better customer experience and NP IFE scores, whilst reducing costs and onboard waste – an efficient headset servicing partner is a critical factor!
To read the article in full view the attached PDF - Focus On MNH or see page 48 in the lastest issue of Onboard Hospitality - A Sound Investment.
MNH has worked with Virgin Atlantic for many years helping them to reduce their cabin waste and meet their environmental objectives. In 2014 we helped them to recycle over 460 tonnes of waste.
For the 4th year running, MNH features in Virgin Atlantic's Sustainability Report, Change Is In The Air! Read all about it on pages 47 & 93 (online pdf pages 25 & 48).
We are raising money for Free the Children's Adopt a Village in India. The distance from our UK Head Office to this village is 6,805km.
Over the next few months, collectively as a team MNH plans to run, cycle, swim and walk this distance. We will be recording the miles completed to raise money to help eliminate the obstacles preventing children from accessing education and break the cycle of poverty.
So join us - grab your running shoes - let's try to make it all the way to India! For more information visit our fundraising page at https://www.mnhscs.com/fundraising.
The team are just back from a fabulous World Travel & Catering Expo (WTCE) show in Hamburg. It gets bigger and better every year. Now the hard work really starts... following up on all the meetings!