Submitted by: Pacific Market International
Categories: Business Ethics
Posted: Sep 22, 2006 – 02:05 PM EST
Sep. 22 /CSRwire/ - Seattle -- Pacific Market International (PMI), a Seattle-based company, has been awarded the 2006 American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Shanghai Corporate Social Responsibility Award for Small Business. This award is in recognition of the exceptional efforts and advancements that PMI has made in their Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs.
"Corporate Social Responsibility is the foundation of every success we have enjoyed at PMI," stated Rob Harris CEO and Founder of PMI. "By doing business the right way from the very beginning, we have become a leader in our industry."
The evaluation for the AmCham Shanghai CSR award is based on the following criteria: corporate governance, environmental effort, social impact and workplace practices. Below are some of the ways that PMI has shown itself to be an industry leader in these categories.
ABOUT THE AWARD:
Launched in 2005 as a method for recognizing companies operating exceptionally effective Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs, The American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) Shanghai Annual Corporate Social Responsibility Award consists of a rigorous review process, which aims to acknowledge corporate CSR successes, and to provide a model for other organizations looking to expand their community outreach efforts.
ABOUT PACIFIC MARKET INTERNATIONAL:
Established in 1983, privately-held Pacific Market International (PMI) revolutionizes the way people eat and drink on the go. The company owns the Stanley®, Aladdin® and MiGo® brands and operates a thriving private-label business for globally recognized companies. PMI is headquartered in Seattle, with offices in Shanghai, Nashville, London, and Melbourne. To learn more about the brands visit www.stanley-pmi.com or www.aladdin-pmi.com
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