ASSISTING COMMUNITIES WHEREVER WE ARE

We try our best to uphold the policy of sustainable seas through our supply of quality marine fuel and lubricants, including gas oil. We also strive to better communities wherever we are through financial and organisational assistance, supporting local initiatives. Whether our presence is in USA, India, Singapore, Norway, Switzerland or the UAE, our fundamental ethos of sustainability stands.

We give back to the communities in which we are based: India, Singapore, USA, Norway, Geneva and UAE. Our CSR activities are favorably acknowledged and supported by our employees, clients, suppliers and stakeholders.

PROJECTS

Global

In Your Shoes Campaign

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‘In Your Shoes’ was an initiative inspired by the spirit of helping others and giving back to our communities during the festive season. Glander International Bunkering employees volunteered at charitable organisations in their local communities, to walk in the shoes of those less fortunate. From feeding hurricane victims to providing clothing, educational facilities and hot meals at a slum in India, our public-spirited team contributed to an array of worthy causes across the world.

Dubai, UAE

Rashid Pediatric Therapy Centre

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This centre aims to provide high quality, integrated education services and therapies for children with special needs. Its purpose is to help children to develop maximum independence and participation in their communities.

www.rashidc.ae

Mumbai, India

Vivekananda Youth Forum Soup Kitchen

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This is a non-profit, voluntary organisation that aims to make a difference in the lives of the urban and rural poor, especially children. Its main initiative is Soup Kitchen, which provides non-formal education and a safe and stimulating learning environment for street children.

www.vyfngo.com

Dubai, UAE

Clothes Donation Drive

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To spread the spirit of Ramadan, our employees donate their preloved clothes to charities in the UAE during the month. This yearly initiative is a small gesture designed to make a difference in the lives of the less fortunate.

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