Two schools in Palau were the latest beneficiaries of CTSI Logistics, Inc.’s community outreach after the company donated $2,000 and school supplies to Palau High School and Emmaus High School.
The donations were made through the women’s non-governmental organization MIlad ‘L Dil, which selected the two schools as beneficiaries of its “The Gift of Teaching Project.”
The entire management team of CTSI Logistics from across the Western Pacific, the United States, and parts of Asia were in Palau for their annual Business Planning Conference at the Palaysia Hotel.
“By practice, we make it a point to reach out to our communities wherever we do business,” said Ronnie Giman, station manager for CTSI Logisics’ Palau operations. “CTSI Palau is active in that. But this year was a special treat since we held our annual business planning here.”
“Milad ‘L Dil is an important partner in our mission to reach out to our communities. They have this wonderful project, The Gift of Teaching Project, wherein they raise funds for needy schools. They are perfect partners for us, as they do good work without much fanfare,” Giman added.
It was learned that each CTSI Logistics station contributed to raise the funds. Their CEO, Jerry Tan, has always had a strong commitment to the communities they do business in and has infused this “culture of giving back” to all the managers and team members of the companies he leads.
Aside from Giman and Tan, also present during the community outreach in Palau were executive vice president George Chiu, vice president Alex Sablan, Jun Heramia (CTSI U.S.), Danny Lim (CTSI Guam), Ray Musada (CTSI Federated States of Micronesia), Joven Cruz (CTSI Saipan), Abbe Cheng (CTSI Taiwan), Peter Hooi (CTSI Cambodia), Betty Jang (representing James Yang of CTSI Korea), Gerry Inandan (CTSI Philippines), Eric Ng (CTSI Hong Kong), and CTSI Corporate Office’s (Manila) Sam Capati, Elmer Relente, Denise Roman, Efren Bernardino, Leslie Ladan, and Bingoy Gonzales.
Last year, CTSI Logistics’ community outreach was held in Cambodia, where the company donated to the Bopha Hospital for children afflicted with tuberculosis.
CTSI Logistics is a key industry player in the transport, warehousing, and logistics sector with strong focus in the Western Pacific and West Coast routes. The company has offices in 12 countries and has a strong culture of volunteerism and commitment to environmental and social issues affecting communities.