GWC receives CSR Leadership award during National CSR Report Launch
GWC (Q.P.S.C.), Qatar’s leading logistics provider, was recognized for its continuing efforts in serving the local community during the launch ceremony of the fifth edition of the National CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Report, held on Monday, March 21, 2017 during Qatar University’s CSR Exhibition and Conference. The Qatar CSR Report monitors and evaluates the progress made each year in the area of sustainable development in society, with a particular focus on CSR and contributions to the Qatar National Vision 2030. A CSR award ceremony honoring those who have made significant contributions to these causes was held during the conference, attended by a number of dignitaries, industry experts, and ambassadors. During the award ceremony, GWC Senior Corporate Communications Manager Mr. Mohammad Daoud received the CSR Leadership award on behalf of the Company from Qatar University president Dr. Hassan Al Derham.
“GWC understands that part of achieving its purpose in supporting the Qatar National Vision 2030 is attending to the aims of its social pillar, and we have therefore participated in a variety of initiatives to ensure the development of a just and caring society based on high moral standards,” stated GWC Senior Corporate Communications Manager Mr. Mohammad Daoud.
GWC participated in a wide variety of initiatives and programs since its inception, with a focus on youth, health and heritage grounds.
“GWC’s strong nationalistic orientation coheres strongly to the societal ideals put forth in the National Vision and finds expression in the varied initiatives it supports towards cultivating the spirit of service to community that it promotes both within and outside the company,” stated GWC Chairman Sheikh Abdullah bin Fahad bin Jassem bin Jabor Al Thani.
These events took place after a year of achievement, as the company had earned net registered an increase of 11% in its net profits in 2016. The company has maintained its growth by increasing its operational efficiencies, improving its profit margins, and actively seeking new revenue streams, drawing in gross revenues of QAR 849.5 million at the end of 2016, representing 8% increase from QAR 787.9 million in 2015. The company’s assets continued to develop, with total assets reaching QAR 3.741 billion by the end of December 2016.