Nigerian Shippers’ Council (NSC) has conferred the Most Outstanding Terminal Operator in Corporate Social Responsibility (CRS) award on Intels Nigeria Limited.
The award, which was conferred on Intels during the NSC’s stakeholders’ appreciation night held in Lagos, was in appreciation of the company’s effort at uplifting individuals, families and the host communities through its CSR.
In the last 10 years, the company reportedly spent over N12 billion on corporate social responsibility in empowering and supporting host communities in various areas of the Niger Delta region.
Executive Secretary of the council, Mr. Hassan Bello, also commended the company for its huge investment and commitment to port development in the country.
This is the second year in a row that NSC is conferring its award on Intels.
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