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Awards and highlights

dot Imperial I-Pledge road safety campaign launched and attracting over 71 000 pledges to date, sparking a national movement towards safer roads
dot More than 1,3 million man hours and R171 million invested in training our people
dot Imperial Toyota won the Toyota South Africa Vice President’s Award as Top Environmental Dealer for exceptional performance in successfully implementing excellent environmental programmes
dot The group spent R46 million in community and CSI initiatives
dot Imperial Logistics International’s Synthese 15 tanker ship received a European Green Award for inland shipping. This certification demonstrates proactive measures to implement measures to protect the environment
dot Imperial Cargo won the Logistics Achiever Environment award for the design and development of a self-sufficient logistics hub
dot Imperial Logistics Refrigerated Services had two drivers ranked 11th and 25th at the the Global Truckermania – 9th Fleet Board Drivers league, competing against 9 000 drivers from all over the world
dot Imperial Cargo received the Best Energy Saving Award at the Eco Logic Awards for its extensive green logistics initiatives
dot Imperial Logistics received the Supply Chain Educator Award for companies that strive to continually develop their employees through the promotion of in-house training programmes, on-going support and development of training initiatives
dot Imperial Logistics received the Green Supply Chain Industry Leadership Award for environmental work and raising awareness
dot Europcar was voted Africa’s Leading Car Hire Company at the 2011 World Travel Awards for the sixth consecutive year
dot Europcar sponsored the Green Office Week initiative in South Africa for the third consecutive year
dot Imperial Group participated in the Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP)
dot Imperial remained on the JSE’s Socially Responsible Investment (SRI) index
dot Re-admission into the JSE ALSI Top 40
dot Ukhamba Trust distributed R350 million to 15 000 employees of the group


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