We believe that sustainable living is possible for everyone, and we strive to make it happen.
Tonnes of waste disposal was prevented through our investment in the Vietstar Waste Treatment project.
Hours of volunteering time dedicated to causes such as visiting Old People Homes e.g Veilomani & Loloma Homes, regular cleaning and grass cutting at Saweni beach in line with the United Nations Social Development Goals.
Revenues earned from manufacturing candles are diverted to Punjas Charity Trust for community assistance projects such as Old People, Senior Citizens, and Street Kids Homes in Fiji.
We believe the world we live in is our responsibility and we’re mindful of the need to practice corporate social responsibility by being conscious of the kind of impact we are having on all aspects of society, including economic, social and environmental.
We take care of the environment by taking green initiatives and by fostering environmental sustainability.
Quality & Safety First
At Punjas, quality is everyone’s responsibility. From the moment we dream of a product to the moment it reaches a home, we ensure a few crucial facets of the product journey – responsible design, top-notch quality, safety in production and safety in use.
Our quality management systems are certified by the International Organisation for Standardization, meeting both the ISO 9001 and 22000 standards.
We promote a “continuous improvement philosophy” at Punjas. We work closely with our customers and suppliers to meet the changing customer requirements. We are committed to providing and maintaining a safe and healthy work environment for all our employees, contractors and visitors. Over the years, we have built ourselves to be a trusted name in the industry.
Punjas is recognised in multiple business excellence awards. Our commitment to quality and reliability has made us a trusted brand – “Choice of the Pacific”.
“Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see”, believes Mr. Kanti Punja. He was awarded the Medal of the Order of Fiji by the late President Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara for a lifetime of work in community initiatives.
“It’s an inner self-satisfaction that drives me” adds Mr. Punja, who serves on numerous charity boards such as the Lion’s Club of Lautoka, the Golden Age Home and Fiji Sevashram Sangha Charitable Organisation.