Our Green Team is helping productions and clients to redistribute assets they no longer need in storage – through our unique online asset management software.
Our online system enables productions to donate items to the community, film schools and other productions – at the click of a button.
As part of this sustainability service – this week we welcomed Lisa Dee, Head of Film and the Culture and Wellbeing team from London Borough of Barking & Dagenham (LBBD) to CAMA.
Michelle French, Director of CAMA, who works closely with many of the studios says: “This partnership should lead to exciting and unusual items from film & TV productions being donated to the community. Working closely with Lisa and her team at LBBD we can support productions so that we manage this redistribution seamlessly & effortlessly.”
Set your storage free with CAMA’s online software
CAMA’s portal enabled the school’s team at LBBD to browse online during lockdown and then order the merchandise they would like to collect once restrictions were lifted.
Developing partnerships for film production in Dagenham community
Lisa Dee, Head of Film at LBBD and one of the leading figures behind the new Ashbrook Studios development in Dagenham, thanked CAMA for donating merchandise and props to Barking and Dagenham’s local schools.
She explained that this was a great example of how productions with the right infrastructure in place, should be working to benefit the local community.
Yosien, who is leading our enhanced sustainability services explains “One of the aim’s of CAMA’s enhanced green service is to drastically reduce waste and support the local community. It is fantastic that we have been able to connect with the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham through the COVID crisis”.
To find out more about CAMA’s sustainability service please email The Green Team at email@example.com or call the office on 020 8526 8030.
Read more about CAMA’s online asset management software, enabling productions and clients to donate and share items that they have in store: