Coming together to make more happen: Logwin plans German-wide day of action for families in cooperation with Save the Children
"To work together for a good cause and thereby provide a good example to employees on becoming socially active is not only important for us as the joint works council. We also see it as one of our obligations in our role within the company." On this, the 25 Logwin employee representatives were unanimous.
The outcome of the workshop was Logwin's German-wide day of action for the benefit of families in which donations would also be collected for the aid organisation. "We have developed a range of different ideas so that there is something appropriate for every Logwin location. It was important to us not only to collect donations but also that our employees and their families could spend a nice day together", concluded one of the employee representatives.
The family day of action is to take place on the International Children's Day on 18/19 November in all Logwin's German branches. Last year, Logwin actively supported Save the Children with a donation and aid transport. With this new project, the company is extending its cooperation with the international aid organisation who uphold the rights of children.
Logwin AG (Grevenmacher, Luxembourg) provides logistics and transport solutions for its customers from industry and trade. In 2016, the group generated sales of around EUR 1bn and currently employs 4,200 staff. Logwin operates in all main markets worldwide and has around 190 locations in 35 countries on 6 continents. With its two business segments Solutions and Air + Ocean, Logwin AG is one of the leaders in the market. Logwin AG is listed in the Prime Standard of the Deutsche Börse. The majority shareholder is DELTON AG, Bad Homburg (Germany).
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