Kbb and merchant service provider Simon Acres Group (SAGL) has supported the BacZac annual golf day by sponsoring one of the holes. The Northampton based charity works with young people with cancer and their families.
Ben Paine Director of Simon Acres Recruitment attended the day and has previously raised money for the charity with a sponsored run and cycle ride, he says, “The Covid pandemic has been devastating for BacZac. The money raised from the golf day will help this special charity fulfil the legacy of very brave young man who sadly lost his own brave and courageous battle.
”The charity offers practical help via meal vouchers and grants and is looking to raise enough money for a respite home. This would provide holiday accommodation for families with a young adult suffering from cancer, possibly one last trip away as a family, or to aid a bereaved family.”
Pictured: Ben Paine Director at Simon Acres Recruitment
One of the world’s leading transportation and freight forwarding specialists, Asia Pacific focused Dimerco Express Group, is celebrating 50 years since establishing its first operating unit in Taipei in 1971, as an air transportation service provider.
Today, half a century later, Dimerco defines itself as a mobile intelligence logistics service provider operating across all transportation modes, with a global network encompassing 160+ operating units, 80+ contract logistics operations, and 200+ strategic partner agents throughout China, India, Asia Pacific, North America and Europe.
Although ongoing COVID-19 restrictions have prevented the company from hosting a live event to celebrate its half-century, Dimerco has marked the milestone with the unveiling of a dynamic new website, which is linked to the company’s market leading Dimerco Value Plus System® via a range of new features, and a commemorative video that reflects Dimerco’s impressive growth and many accolades over the years.
The latest of these achievements include certification of the highest level of Authorized Economic Operator (AEO) status across China and recognition by Great Place To Work® (GPTW) in USA, Singapore and Vietnam.
Mr. Jeffrey Shih, the Chief Executive Management (CEM) of Dimerco said, “Dimerco has always attributed its ongoing success to a committed and loyal workforce, with professionalism, teamwork and flexibility for our customers at its heart. Accordingly, being accredited by Great Place to Work (GPTW) during our Anniversary year, as well as receiving AEO’s Advanced Certified Enterprise (ACE) status award in China, has been welcomed with pride by the company.”
GPTW is a global authority in workplace culture and leads the industry with its rigorous, data-based Great Place to Work Trust Model™ for quantifying employee experience since 1992 which has surveyed more than 100 million employees around the world. While Dimerco is now certified by GPTW in USA, Singapore and Vietnam, the company aims to achieve wider certification in more countries around the world over the coming months.
The certification of ACE status is significant for Dimerco as increasingly multi-national companies doing business in China are required to have full AEO accreditation. In being recognized as an ACE, Dimerco can reduce customs clearance time with priority treatment and special privileges to secure supply chain processes on imports into China – a valuable benefit for Dimerco’s customers.
Mr. Shih concludes on behalf of Dimerco, “By embracing digital freight forwarding and enhancing logistics technology, we have maintained our position as one of the most innovative companies in our sector. We are proud of the tremendous progress our team has made over the years and are grateful for the continued support of our strategic partners and the trust we enjoy from our customers. In our 50th year, we look back at our achievements as well as looking forward to helping customers ship smarter and succeed in this dynamic, global marketplace.”
Dimerco’s commemorative anniversary logo features three V-shaped symbols, which in Chinese reflects the character for ‘people’ and in English stands for Dimerco’s Value Plus System®. All are closely circled together to represent Dimerco’s global IT reach and its people-based professional services.
Photo Caption: Dimerco celebrates 50-year milestone and looks forward to helping customers ship smarter and succeed in this dynamic, global marketplace.
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The Unified Water Label Association has welcomed a ministerial statement on reducing water waste, published today, (01July). The statement outlines the government’s approach to reduce the demand for water in order to fulfil the ambitious requirements of the 25 Year Environment Plan.
The measures, proposed to create more water efficient homes, include; asking water companies to address leakage on customers own pipes, encouraging local authorities to adopt the optional minimum building standard of 110 litres per person per day in all new builds, developing a roadmap towards greater water efficiency in new developments and retrofits, exploring revised building regulations and how the development of new technologies can contribute to meeting these standards, and the introduction of a mandatory water efficiency label.
UWLA MD Yvonne Orgill says, “We welcome this announcement and the importance that the government is now placing on the sustainability message. We are looking forward to working with the government and taking forward our industry water label, a unique tool, developed by industry experts and used extensively to identify water use of bathroom products. In the first half of 2021, over 28,000 visitors have used the water calculator and since its development over 10 years ago over 150,000 projects have been calculated.
“The Unified Water Label is tried and tested in the market place. It is robust and meets all the demands of the environmental bill. It has been developed by the industry, by working together we have made significant progress, taking on board the challenges and driving forward changes in opinion and habits in consumers.
“If we can continue to work collectively towards a common goal, I am confident that with government support we can make the Unified Water Label a mandatory solution that works for the industry and the consumer.
“Those interested in finding out how they can become involved by supporting the Unified Water Label can find out more here.”