16:56 | 04/05/2017 Companies
(VEN) - DHL Express Vietnam, the world’s leading international express services provider, is proud to announce that it has been honored with a Gold Award for the Best Community Program for the first time at the 9th Global CSR Summit and Awards 2017 – the region’s longest reigning and widely respected CSR summit.
As Asia’s most prestigious recognition awards program for corporate social responsibility activities the Global CSR Summit and Awards recognizes and honors companies for outstanding, innovative and world-class products, services, projects and programs implemented.
|DHL Express Vietnam receives Gold Award for Best Community Program|
DHL Express Vietnam was awarded with a Gold for its successful community projects that have resulted in poverty alleviation, better education, business growth and community engagement. As part of the company’s "Living Responsibility" program, DHL Express Vietnam focuses on the three pillars of environmental protection (GoGreen), disaster management (GoHelp) and education (GoTeach), as well as supporting employee volunteerism. Through these programs, DHL Express Vietnam has been made a positive impact on the well-being of the local communities and society.
“This is the first time that DHL Express Vietnam has participated in the Annual Global CSR Summit and Awards, and we are very proud to be globally recognized with a Gold Award for the Best Community Program. This is a testament of our dedication to providing the very best community project in our local community here in Vietnam,” said Mr. George Berczely, DHL-VNPT Express General Director.
"While we know that our efforts are not the panacea for the world’s problems, it certainly does start to move the needle towards building a society that is much closer to one where we would like to conduct our business. With our team of dedicated people, we are confident of our ability to continuously contribute to the sustainable development of Vietnam by delivering economic, social and environmental benefits to the society,” he added.