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Dubai Chamber presents CSR Label to 39 companies

Dubai Chamber presents CSR Label to 39 companies

DUBAI: Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, DCCI, has honoured 39 companies with the CSR Label for their Corporate Social Responsibility, CSR, and sustainability efforts. Those who received the accolade included Intercoil International Co. LLC, Mashreq, Qurum Business Group, and Standard Chartered Bank for the sixth time, while Ducab, Emirates Transport, Emrill Services, Majid Al Futtaim Properties, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, Summertown Interiors, and UAE Exchange earned the label for the fifth time.

Al Rostamani Pegel LLC, Chalhoub Group, InfoFort, Kimoha Entrepreneurs Ltd., MAB Facilities Management LLC, Paramount Computer Systems, Veolia, and Zulekha Hospitals received the label for the fourth time, and third-time winners were Al Futtaim Carillion, Beta Information Technology Co., Bond Interiors, CHEP Middle East, CHICAGO Maintenance and Construction, Empower, Etechan International, Quick Registration, and SamTech Middle East. Amlak Finance, Corporate Business Services, International Modern Hospital, Mirak Group, Abela and Co LLC, NMC Trading LLC, and Union National Bank were presented with the CSR label for the second time. BLUE, Roads and Transport Authority, RTA, School Transport Services LLC, and TECOM Group were honoured as first-time winners.

Congratulating the honourees for their achievements, Majid Saif Al Ghurair, Chairman of Dubai Chamber, explained the importance of the CSR Label as a symbol of recognition and inspiration, in addition to an effective development tool that has enabled so many companies to improve their CSR and sustainability strategies. Al Ghurair said, “We are very encouraged by the growing number of honourees that we meet each time we host this ceremony, as it demonstrates the label’s ability to encourage other businesses to adopt more responsible practices.” He urged them to continue the hard work and set new targets that will take their CSR and sustainability efforts to the next level.