Bridgestone Middle East and Africa (MEA) has joined the Sustainability Network managed by the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
As one of the recently enlisted members, Bridgestone will partake in the network’s collaborative efforts to propel Dubai’s social and environmental goals.
Bridgestone’s membership will pave the way for the company to share its progress and success in providing more efficient and sustainable fleet mobility and fleet management solutions. It will also take the initiative to help foster a stronger and more vibrant Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) culture within the local business community.
Likewise, the company means to add to carrying out dependable answers for issues affecting the private area like representative government assistance, social consideration, waste management, and supply chain.
The Dubai Chamber Sustainability Network depicts itself as the point of convergence for private elements to exchange knowledge, skill, and best practices in executing CSR and manageability programs.
Through the network’s workshops and different occasions arranged to assemble CSR leadership, its members can network, share experiences while also connecting with other stakeholders from the public and private sectors.
Stefano Sanchini, Regional Managing Director, Bridgestone MEA, said: “We have for some time been focused on forming a more economical versatility future. The move is in accordance with our endeavors towards the global sustainability movement and the growing actions of Dubai and the UAE to protect the environment.
“At Bridgestone, we have carried out our mid-to-long-term business plans with an emphasis on sustainability and CSR exercises. We are directed by our central goal zeroing in on ‘Serving Society with Superior Quality’ and the gathering’s around the world ‘Our Way to Serve’ CSR commitment. Bridgestone is excited to be locally available the Sustainability Network. We are anticipating working with the organization to accomplish a carbon-unbiased society in Dubai and the rest of the world.”