The World Confederation of Business (WORLDCOB) has conferred a Corporate Social Responsibility consciousness award on Kanshipp Ghana limited, a Ghanaian maritime firm for providing quality service to its clientele.
Kanshipp Ghana’s effort was recently recognized and awarded in similar fashion as the “Best Socially Responsible Company of the year 2017 at the Ghana Maritime and Shipping Awards.
The Director of International Relations of WORLDCOB, Nicholas Caffaro who presented the award to Kanshipp urged businesses to prioritise quality service delivery to their clients in order to distinguished themselves from others and become excellent among the many companies around.
He commended Kanshipp for exhibiting excellence in its customer care delivery whiles urging them to do more.
According to him in the current business world of competition, excellent quality service delivery to customers is the only panacea to stay ahead of the competition.
The World Confederation of Business operates in all continents with more than 3000 companies and is aimed at certifying companies which are CSR sensitive in their operational areas.
Mr Caffaro commended Kanshipp Ghana whiles urging the company to continue improving with greater challenge in order to reach higher heights in the coming years.
On behalf of WORLDCOB, he also presented certificates to some staff for their dedication to duty.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Kanshipp Ghana ltd, Mr Seth Effah Hills expressed gratitude to WORLDCOB for the recognition and said the award will inspire his outfit to go higher in providing service in the maritime industry.
He expressed delight that the company’s efforts have been acknowledged but will not relent in working hard in freight forwarding industry.
The award he said is a manifestation of the good quality of service it offers its customers and resort in the year under review.
On behalf of players in the Maritime industry, Mr Effah appealed to the government to ensure that enough education is conducted on any policy decision affecting the Industry in order to derive maximum benefit.
According to him, Kanshipp Ghana limited is taking advantage of the In-land Port at Boankrah to enhance its business operations in the middle and Northern belts of the country.
He also commended the paperless port operations system which he said has eased doing business.
Kanshipp Ghana is a wholly Ghanaian own shipping company established some twenty years ago and operates as a logistics and clearance entity.