We invest in our employees
Our employees are our greatest asset. We
invest in them through fair
compensation and benefits, fostering an inclusive workforce, supporting on-going learning and skills development, and emphasizing the highest standards
of health and safety.
Our F2020 South Africa impact
- R3.5 billion of employee-related
expenditure, equivalent to ~22% of
- R23 million on training spend (900,000
- 13 583 jobs supported
The SEIA places this value to society and partners at R26.5 billion over a two year period.
Our F2020 Nigeria impact includes:
- 969 jobs supported
- NGN 2.8 billion (Nigerian Naira) in employee benefits paid
- NGN 2.4 million spent on training
We serve our customers, clients and principals
serves customers, clients and principals across five industries
(healthcare, consumer, industrial and commodities, automotive and
chemicals) with innovative, integrated, end to end solutions.
Over F2019 and F2020, the value of this
service in South Africa is estimated at R34.9
- Activity entailing storage of products in
our 900,000 m2 of warehouses
- Our trucks travelling 360 times the length
of South Africa’s roads to get products to
more than 50,000 delivery points
- Serving millions of South Africans
In Nigeria, Imperial generates revenue through the distribution of pharmaceutical products which creates a significant impact on the lives of people. Enabling timely access to safe, reliable pharmaceutical products at affordable prices reduces socio-economic losses for Nigeria.
In F2019 and F2020, a total value of NGN 3.4 trillion was created in Nigeria through saving an estimated 35,800 lives, with the supply of wholesale priced medicines realising cost savings to society of NGN 59.5 billion.
We support our partners, sub-contractors and service providers
success of Imperial’s operations is dependent on the support of an
external network of trusted, accredited sub contractors, suppliers and
service providers, including enterprise and supplier development partners.
This, including taxes paid, created R36.2
billion of direct and indirect value in South
Africa for F2019 and F2020, supporting:
- 14 560 partner jobs
- 70% preferential procurement spend with
B BBEE compliant suppliers
Contribution to the Nigerian economy on this front, totalled a value creation of NGN 126.2 billion, supporting over 200 jobs.
We harness the power of digital
Through digitalization and new technologies, we are both improving
efficiencies, safety and environmental performance for ourselves and our
clients. Harnessing real-time visibility of our trucks and customer supply
chains, our data-driven insights enable continuous improvement.
deployed in South Africa allow for
20%-30% reduction in inventory levels, a 75%
reduction in waste and up to 1% reduction in
the cost of goods sold.
- We avoided over 5,700 tons of greenhouse
- Reduced clean water demand by 12.8 million
litres (3.9% of demand) through recycling
- Met 2% of our electricity demand through
In Nigeria, Imperial has also invested in generating site efficiencies by using LED bulbs, reducing dependence on diesel generators, harvesting rainwater and optimising space.
We contribute to our communities
contribute to the development of our communities and countries of
operation through impactful CSI initiatives, focusing on providing access
to quality and affordable healthcare services, increasing the reach of
quality education and improving road safety.
Our ~R50 million investment in
South African community development
has generated a ten-fold societal impact valued at R500 million,
- R49.2 million of cost savings on healthcare
access to patients via the Unjani Clinic network
- Learners at 50 schools receiving state of the art
libraries via the Imperial and Motus Community
- Road safety campaigns reaching more than
1,600 schools since their inception
- Supporting over 300 jobs
In Nigeria, Imperial also partners with select non-profit organisations to provide affordable eye care and cancer treatments which currently are beyond the reach of millions of Nigerians. The total value generated amounted to NGN 3.2 billion with 45 lives saved.
For queries related to any aspect of the SEIA reports, please contact our team at: firstname.lastname@example.org