Kalmar, Sweden (PRWEB) April 03, 2013
Patroner.se, a Swedish company, a leading supplier of printer supply, responded to a request from Mr. Ram Sapkota, the founder and team leader at Mountain Delights Trek & Expedition. Ram was looking for two printers for schools in remote areas of Nepal. The schools had been equipped with computers earlier and now needed the possibility to print out work sheets created by the students. The name of one of the schools is Tripura Sundari High school in Dhading District, Salyankot village. The other school's name is Shanka devi High school, Dhading district Jyamrung village.
First brand new four-in-one printer was handed over to the teacher Mr. Govinda of Tripura Sundari Higher Secondary School and the second to Mr. Chandra from Shree Shankar Devi Higher Secondary School.
Both schools are now looking for solar solutions to help the school to get a steady supply of electricity.
Founded in 1996, Patroner.se is one of the oldest online retailers in Sweden. The company is focused on ink cartridges and other printer accessories. The company offers both compatible, original and re-manufactured printer and toner cartridges.
Since 2008, patroner.se has been able to show fast and profitable growth. The company is known for giving personal service and being a reliable partner to both consumers and companies.
About Mountain Delight Treks and Expeditions Pvt Ltd.
Mountain Delights treks mission is a positive example for Nepali trekking companies. Our main aim is to maintain an economically competitive company that takes a small margin of profit in order to provide excellent working conditions and benefits for staff and local people. We encourage socially progressive services and positive experience for both host and clients. We foster environmental and cultural awareness, and respect sustainable business practices.
Ram Sapkota from Mountain Delights Treks & Expeditions & Tukee Nepal Society was awarded with Surya Nepal Awards 2011 for his contribution in health, sanitation, electricity and education while uplifting the living conditions of the people in Jyamrung.