AIM & OBJECTIVE
Our aim is to exceed the expectations of our customers through total quality Management. Our objective is to provide cost effective and reliable solutions to help our customers to realize their goals.
Quality is not an option, but a necessity to survive and thrive in an environment of global competition. We aim to provide total customer satisfaction that will lead to customer loyalty. By using Total Quality Management techniques, we can locate waste, identify its causes and eliminate it.
A good example of waste is rework, which is often more costly than doing the job right in the first place.
Integrated logistics will respect and promote, without reservation, safety awareness and accident prevention through out the organization. This commitment extends not only to compliance with respect to Regional , Provincial and Municipal requirements, but also to the standards and requirements adopted within the industries we serve.
The Safety Program is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries and accidents. The success of the program however, is dependent upon employee knowledge of and compliance with policies, practices and procedures.
Adherence to these standards coupled with a positive attitude creates competent personnel who are properly trained, equipped and motivated to safely perform their duties.
Safety is a shared commitment. It is a required responsibility of all company personnel to participate in the prevention of personnel injury and property damaged during the course of our operations and to co-operate in this respect with those we work for and with.
Integrated logistics is thoroughly committed to conforming to international and local laws on Ethical standards of conducting business. Our employees are consistently informed and trained on international levels of best ethical practices in the business which are strictly implemented and followed. We are committed to continuously improving our business standards and similarly raising awareness throughout the group for better informed ethical decisions by employees.