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FPCL’s Commitment To Excellence Play Part In Success

FPCL’s Commitment To  Excellence Play Part In Success
Permanent Secretary for Industry and Trade and FPCL board chairman Shaheen Ali (left), presents retiree Inoke Vulawalu with a gift. Photo: Fiji Ports Corporation
November 29
11:00 2017

The Fiji Ports Corporation Limited’s (FPCL) commitment to excellence, leadership and innovation has served them well and will continue to serve them in the future.

Permanent Secretary for Industry and Trade and FPCL  Board  Chairman Shaheen Ali made the comments during their Gala Night  at Studio 6 on Saturday.

The Gala Night was to celebrate FPCL’s achievements throughout the year, thank the employees for their contributions and honour those who are retiring at the end of the year.

More than 200 guests including staff from around the country with their spouses, board of directors and invited guests attended the event.

“The Board  of  Directors is committed to the vision of being the maritime gateway in the region and I, as the chairman, am extremely proud to share the success of the company in recent years,” Mr Ali said.

“You, the staff, should also be proud to work for a company that has obtained many accolades including the Fiji National University Business Excellence Award.,” he said.

“We know it is not easy to balance the  demands of home with work, and we appreciate your understanding.  Having your generous support, keen interest and encouragement have surely played a big part in the company’s success throughout the year.”

Acting chief executive officer, Roshan Abeyesundere said the event marked an end of a successful year and individually recognised the effort put in by the workers.

“Through all of your effort and always putting your best foot forward, we were able to achieve so much.  At the same time our clients were assured of our commitment to the highest quality of work. Without your shared pride and accountability, we simply could not have been so satisfactorily, successful this year,” Mr Abeyesundere said.

Inoke Vulawalu, who will be retiring at the end of the year, was also honoured at the event. He retires from the Harbour Masters Office after 19 years of service.


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