Saint-Gobain Gyproc supports the fight against rhino poaching

June 19 2017

Saint-Gobain Gyproc in South Africa has announced a three-year partnership with the South African National Parks Honorary Rangers, to help fight rhino poaching. 

Saint-Gobain Gyproc in South Africa has announced a three-year partnership with the South African National Parks Honorary Rangers, to help fight rhino poaching. The brand has contributed towards the purchase of equipment for the Honorary Rangers and veterinary services, and has chosen the rhino as the emblem for safeguarding the authenticity and reliability of its Gyproc RhinoBoard and RhinoLite products for ceilings and partitioning. The logo of the South African National Parks Honorary Rangers will now be used on Gyproc Rhino product packaging to ensure our customers are buying an original product and contributing towards rhino conversation. Over the past eight years, poaching has led to the death of more than 5,000 rhinos in South Africa.