PRLog (Press Release) – Apr 01, 2012 –
TNT Express UAE donated the amount of AED 83,098 supporting Manzil Centre towards buying a bus for the institute. The donation was held on Monday 26th March in the presence of two senior representatives from the Centre and TNT Express UAE corporate responsibility and communications teams.
Manzil Centre, chaired by HH Sheikh Maktoum Bin Butti Al Maktoum, provides a highly professional care-giving and learning environment for individuals with special needs to nurture their potential and develop the requisite self-help, social, educational and vocational skills that are required to function in society.
Sari Kuparinen, Operations Manager at Manzil commented: “We are delighted at TNT’s generosity in contributing towards buying a school bus for our students with special needs. This bus will facilitate easy commute for the staff and children.”
TNT Express believes in actively developing and maintaining policies and practices that promote a positive and sustainable environmental and social contribution in every community in which the company operates and the support to Manzil Center reflects this vision.
Syed Atif Ali, Regional CR Manager for TNT Express stated: “We are very pleased to work closely with Manzil Centre in the UAE. This is in line with our vision to support the local communities in the best way possible thereby leaving a positive social footprint”
About TNT Express
TNT Express is one of the world’s largest express delivery companies. On a daily basis, TNT Express delivers close to 1 million consignments ranging from documents and parcels to palletised freight. The company operates road and air transportation networks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, the Asia-Pacific and the Americas. It employs 77,000 people and runs a fleet of 30,000 road vehicles and 46 aircraft. TNT Express made €7.2 billion in revenue in 2011. For more information, please visit TNT’s website at: http://www.tnt.com/corporate.
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