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In 2016, EGYTRANS implemented several projects and initiatives within its social responsibility as follows:

1. UN Global Compact

EGYTRANS focused its activities within its social responsibility on four main areas, namely, human rights, labor standards, environment, and fighting corruption according to the standards of UN Global Compact that EGYTRANS joined in August 2009. The UN Global Compact is a framework that allows the committed commercial institutions to align their operations and strategies with ten internationally recognized principles in the areas of human rights, labor, environment, and fighting corruption. The Compact is the largest international initiative to create a corporate sense of citizenship; where thousands of people from more than 100 countries from the whole world participate. The UN Global Compact is of a voluntary nature and aims to replicate its ten principles in the activities of the commercial institutions nationwide.
The company prepared its 7th UN Global Compact Communication on Progress Report in June 2016 and was posted on its website that relates to investors’ relations under the following link:


2. Safe disposal of the damaged paper of the company in cooperation with Resala Association for Charity

  In view of the corporate social responsibility and the desire to conserve the environment and participate in community development, the company had started as of November 2013 to implement a social environmental project in collaboration with Resala Association. The company collects all the paper to be destroyed, namely, sheets, envelopes, files, documents, and other, and finally disposes of in big sacks provided by Resala. The representative of Resala Association receives the sacks against in-kind donation receipt. Resala recycles the paper, preserving environmental safety. This project serves three main objectives: 1. Preserve environmental safety and cleanliness according to the instructions of Occupational Safety and Health Committee. 2. Contribute in charity work of benefit to the community where the company operates. 3. Remanufacture and use damaged paper.
The company provided several batches of damaged paper as follows:

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  It is noteworthy that this project was suggested by one of the female employees. The company usually receives the suggestions of employees and implements what’s appropriate. This is a corporate initiative meant to encourage employees to participate by opinion which serves the interest of work and employees.
Egytrans also conducted several other previous projects in the field of Corporate Social Responsibility such as:
EGYTRANS co-sponsor of the Logistics Academy of the American University in Cairo.

International Executive Education Institute (IEEI) at Faculty of Business Administration, the American University in Cairo, was desirous to establish an academy specialized in logistics, in addition to the two academies it manages in the field of "retail and real estate investment". IEEI held a series of meetings with a number of institutions with vision and experience to know about their opinion in this area. Eventually, EGYTRANS was chosen as a main sponsor for establishment and management of the Academy in January 2013. Based on EGYTRANS social responsibility, and upon the approval of the Board, Eng. Hussam Leheta, CEO and Managing Director, signed a partnership agreement between EGYTRANS and the American University in Cairo, represented in the International Executive Education Institute (IEEI) of the Faculty of Business Administration, the American University in Cairo to sponsor a joint venture in the field of education, called "Logistics Academy".

The agreement was signed on Wednesday, 09/01/2013 at the auditorium of the Faculty of Business Administration, the American University in Cairo, in the presence of Eng. Hossam Leheta, CEO and Managing Director; Dr. Mohgah Badran, Head of Business Administration at the American University in Cairo and Board member ; Dr. Sherine Gad, Executive Director of International Executive Education Institute at the American University in Cairo and heads of different departments at the American University In Cairo. EGYTRANS became the co-sponsor for this Academy. The main objective of the Academy is to provide executive education programs, research and development support in the field of logistics, as well as organize forums and events to discuss the challenges and inform the concerned parties of the key international developments and new trends.

The Academy focuses on four goals:
Provide executive education programs and approve professional development programs for all levels of management within the organization.
Support research and development in the region to address key issues in the field of logistics.
Organize forums and events to discuss the challenges and inform the concerned parties of the key international developments and new trends.
Establish a network link between persons engaged in the field of logistics and the other involved parties.
Academic partners of the Logistics Academy are Rotterdam School of Management, Netherlands (RSM), National University of Singapore, Singapore (NUS) and the Koc University, Turkey. Among professional partners, there are the Association for Operations Management (APICS), Council of Supply Chain Management Professional (CSCMP), Institute for Supply Management (ISM), International Society of Logistics (Sole) and International Road Transport Union (IRU).
In June 2013, the Logistics Academy at International Training Institute, American University in Cairo held First International Logistic Forum under the title "Logistics Clusters", at Moataz El Alfi Hall at the university headquarters in New Cairo on June 3, 2013, where a selected group of professional speakers, were invited including Dr. Essam Sharaf, Prime Minister and the former Minister of Transportation and one of the experts in the logistics field.
The following were among the invitees:
Dr. David Gonsalvez, Executive Director of Zaragoza Logistics Center, established in 2003 with the participation of the Spanish government, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Zaragoza, to establish a global center specialized in teaching and developing logistic services. Dr. David spoke about the challenges the Center faces, the components of success in this sector with overlapping activities, considered a major artery and a vital component of all sectors.
Dr. Steve Van De Field, Dean of Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University.
Ms. Elizabeth Stubbs, the international logistics specialist at Netherlands Institute for Advanced Logistics (Dinalog)
Dr. Ashraf El-Abd, representative of the Japanese Agency for International Cooperation (JAICA).

Eng. Hussam Leheta, CEO, participated in a panel discussion involving each of Eng. Alaa Fahmy, former Minister of Transport, Dr. Ali El-Bassiouni, a researcher and lecturer in the field of logistics and maritime transport and Eng. Hatem Khater, the founder of Gears Egypt for Development. The two panel discussions of the forum focused on:

. Different views of logistic service developers

. Role of government policies in support of the logistics sector

. Challenges before the sector during the application process

. Role of private sector in support of the concept of logistics.

. How to introduce a more sophisticated concept of Logistic Services

. Role of specialized institutions in support of the concept of logistic services and promotion of exchange of logistic experiences between different countries.

. Presentation of JICA Services and studies to Egypt in the field of logistics

  Following announcement of the establishment of the Logistics Academy, the steering committee was formed. The Committee included Eng. Hussam Leheta, Eng. Alaa Fahmy, Eng. Hatem Khater, Dr. Amr Badr El-Din, Dr. Steve Van De Field, Mrs. Sherine Gad El-Mula, Director of IEEI Institute and Dr. Ali Awni.
Ms. Sally Medhat, a distinctive expert, has been appointed Director of the Academy. During the year, the AUC Administration decided to appoint Mr. Amr Hamdi in lieu of Ms. Sherine Gad El-Mula, who was transferred to another position at AUC.

The following are some of the ongoing activities undertaken by Logistics Academy:

Dutch parties were assigned the task of preparing the curriculum to be taught in the various training programs for the academy students, and upon completion of the preparation and review of that curriculum on part of specialists and experts, the various training programs of the Academy will be announced.
Logistics Academy was keen to study the training system and curriculum to be taught by a prestigious global organization specialized in the field of international transport, namely FIATA organization. This is meant for guidance purposes regarding the topics, teaching methods and output of this system in order to ensure building a successful system through the Logistics Academy.
In December 2013, the Academy prepared a workshop to discuss all aspects of the logistic agribusiness system. For reasons related to further regulation to ensure that the workshop will be conducted at an advanced degree of regulation, the said workshop has been postponed to February 2014.

Steering Committee held 6 meetings during 2013, which targeted the following:

  • Set up a training plan and identify the target group.
  • Identify future vision, mission and strategic objectives to be achieved during the forthcoming period. In this regard, Eng. Abir Leheta, System Administrator, moderated a full day workshop. During this workshop, the vision, mission and core values for establishing an integrated community of knowledge-holders, professionals, executive managers and practitioners were identified in order to build a sound logistic base in Egypt.
  • Identify and arrange group activities in the forthcoming period as well as the academic topics of main interest .
  • Identify local and international parties to be contacted; and establish relations with the said parties to support the financial, technical and human activities of the Academy.
  All members of Steering Committee are keen about the effective participation (whether through attendance, processing topics of discussions in advance or contributing with their valuable ideas, presenting such ideas for transparent discussion and commitment to the success of this system, which everyone considers a form of social responsibility).

3. EGYTRANS trains students of the German school and the Arab Academy for Science and Technology

Within the framework of its social responsibility in the field of training and education, EGYTRANS trains female students of the German School at its various branches. It also trains students from the Arab Academy for Science and Technology at its various branches.
  4. EGYTRANS sponsors Department of International Transportation for Dual Education and Training for the academic year 2012/2013
Within the framework of its social responsibility in the field of education and training, EGYTRANS sponsored Department of International Transportation for Dual Education and Training, through training its students from the Department of International Transport for Dual Education and Training at its various branches.
6. EGYTRANS Blood Donation Campaign

In the context of its corporate social responsibility, the Company was keen to participate in the "Blood donation campaign" project in collaboration with the Alexandria Businessmen Association and Price Waterhouse Coopers Foundation. The Company carried out the campaign on Tuesday, 23/12/2014, from 10 am to 4 pm at the meeting room in the Awqaf Building. 40 blood bags were collected from donors at the level of EGYTRANS, ETAL, Depot Solutions and transport Branch at Merghgim, which is equivalent to the rescue of 120 cases.

It is worth mentioning that more than 70 donors of all ages in the Company participated in the campaign as well as donors from EGYTRANS,ETAL and EGYTRANS Depot Solutions. The high morale of the donors and their desire to participate in this charity project was asserted, while all measures went at ease and convenience.

    This campaign was prepared at stages:
1. Preparation, publicity and awareness phase:

A social responsibility working group was formed from the Company’s staff to prepare posters and publicity materials for the campaign. This working group also conducted the special awareness campaign among their colleagues at the company and its subsidiaries.
    2. The actual campaign day:
It was a successful day and all employees participated, whether to donate blood , organize donors or provide the required assistance to the nurses and doctors of the blood bank .
    3.Post- donation campaign measures:
The Company received an official letter from Kom –El-Deka blood bank branch indicating donation of 40 blood bags during the campaign. By virtue of this letter, the Company facilitates provision of blood to patients in need of blood in critical situations , be from the staff or people in the vicinity (neighbors) through recommendation to the Blood Bank to facilitate their access to the bags required. It has been agreed with the senior management of the Company to replicate these campaigns on an ongoing basis and periodically (twice a year) for the benefit of the greatest number of people in need of blood bags.
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