Kerry Logistics wins Junzi Corporation award for business ethics

By Rachelle Harry

Kerry Logistics has received the Junzi Corporation Award for Business Ethics from the Hang Seng University of Hong Kong (HSUHK).

The award recognises the company’s practises to the highest standards of business ethics.

Kerry Logistics operates “with integrity, transparency and accountability”, and has committed itself to serving the community by leveraging its talents, resources and networks. The company’s focus on community involvement demonstrates its care towards the youth, the underprivileged and the environment.

To raise awareness and identify opportunities for improvement, Kerry Logistics has established and implemented environmental management systems accredited to the ISO14001 standard, and has also supported community initiatives run by charitable organisations.

William Ma, group managing director at Kerry Logistics, said: “We are delighted by the honour HSUHK has granted us. We always strictly abide by the highest ethical code in all of our operations.

“We will continue to engage in socially responsible practices and contribute to the welfare of the societies in which we operate as a global enterprise.”

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