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Fiji Ports Credit Win To Modernising Of Business Processes

During the past five years, Fiji Ports Corporation has invested significantly in modernising its business processes and development of human capital. Moreover, the Chief Executive of Fiji Ports Corporation, Vajira
07 Nov 2016 11:00
Fiji Ports Credit Win To Modernising Of Business Processes
Acting President Chief Justice Anthony Gates hands over the award to Fiji Ports Corporation CEO Vajira Piyasena during the Fiji Business Excellence Awards at Sheraton Fiji Resort last Saturday night. Photo: WAISEA NASOKIA.

During the past five years, Fiji Ports Corporation has invested significantly in modernising its business processes and development of human capital.

Moreover, the Chief Executive of Fiji Ports Corporation, Vajira Piyasena, said the implementation of broad range of internally coordinated re-vamping programmes, value creating and change management initiatives, have ensured the advancement in the company’s service delivery to its customers and increased benefits to communities.

With all these efforts in line and more, the Fiji Ports Corporation Limited bagged their first Fiji Business Excellence Prize at the Fiji Business Excellence Awards on Saturday at Sheraton Fiji Resort on Denarau Island.

“At Fiji Ports, innovation and mordernisation are key aspects that drive us to the future. It is what keeps us at the leading edge in our efforts to transform from a regional gateway into a regional hub port in the future,” Mr Piyasena said.

More importantly he said, it was how the company handled the changes within its organization that had enabled them to overcome some of the most complex challenges.

Mr Piyasena thanked each employee at all levels at FPCL who embraced the changes in the company and unlocked the power to become a benchmark organisation for managing change.

“We are a team that provides an economically vital, strategically important yet commercially viable service to all our customers.

“When we look at our operation at a broader perspective, we see ourselves as a part of the supply chain of a vast number of organisations serving thousands of people in Fiji.”

Mr Piyasena added that the company had more to achieve.

 

EDITED BY: KATHRIN KRISHNA

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