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The Best Corporate & Sustainability Report Award 2017 Ceremony was held on 07th August, 2018, at a local hotel in Karachi. Lotte proudly won the fourth position in the Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals category. Lotte has been winning the Best Corporate Report Award since the last couple of years for providing comprehensive explanation of its business performance. With its effective and transparent reporting, Lotte has been able to maintain accountability to its shareholders, and instill a sense of continuous improvement in its employees.
The well-known and world reputed industry and academia met to mark an awarding ceremony held on January 18, 2018 at NED University of Engineering & Technology.
The University students were excited to know that some of them would be awarded scholarships from Lotte Scholarship Foundation, South Korea.
The auspicious occasion was graced by the Korean Consulate General – Mr. Kim Dong Ki, NED Vice Chancellor – Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi, Chief Executive Lotte Chemical – Mr. Humair Ijaz, Executive Director Lotte Chemical – Mr. Sang Hyeon Lee, Chief Executive Lotte Kolson – Mr. Abdul Latif and numerous distinguished guests from NED, Lotte Chemical and Lotte Kolson.
In his speech, Mr. Kim Dong Ki presented his full support and cooperation by Korea in light of knowledge-sharing and strengthening bilateral relations between Pakistan and Korea. Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi appreciated the importance of “the gesture” and strongly suggested the students to reinforce their exposure in the industry for gaining practical experience. Mr. Humair Ijaz congratulated the students and inspired them to move towards brilliance.
The purpose of the scholarships was to encourage students and recognize their efforts towards academic excellence. Scholarships were awarded on merit and need basis to twelve deserving and lucky students.
The ceremony came to a close with the scholarship awards and promises for future leaders
“Moving towards the Best” is the aim of the LCPL CSR team. The CSR volunteers along with CE, Mr Humair Ijaz, and Senior Management visited Dar-ul Sukun, a philanthropic organization for mentally and physically challenged children on 21 December 2017.
The LCPL team spent some time at the center with the children, interacted and involved with them in various activities. The children enjoyed the day and were very happy to receive gift hampers that were distributed by our team.
In the year 2017, LCPL supported the cause that education must be available for all children and strived to promote education at both primary and secondary levels. LCPL joined hands with The Citizens Foundation of Pakistan to give benefit to the deserving and needy children, pursuing education.
The children of the poor and low income families from Moosa Goth & Cattle Colony, Jumma Himayati were given scholarships by LCPL. A cheque for the tution fee coveing 20 students was presented to the principal of the Moosa Goth school by Mr Cho, (General Manager Plant and Operations).
LCPL continued to work towards the CSR policy and organized a Free Medical Eye Camp on 23 Nov 2017 at Mehmood Goth, Ghaggar Area, Bin Qasim, in support with The Layton Rehmatullah Benevolent Trust (LRBT) medical team.
A large number of patients that included women, men and children with various eye ailments visited the camp. Different medication and treatment was carried by the doctors and para medical staff of LRBT. Patients that required eye surgeries were advised followups at the hospital.The expenses of the eye surgeries will be borne by LCPL.
Lotte Chemical wins 2nd prize in the category of “Multinational Companies” in a prize distribution ceremony organized by Employers Federation of Pakistan, on Thursday, October 19, 2017, at Marriott Hotel, Karachi
Lotte Chemical Pakistan organized a free eye medical screening camp first time at Dhabeji Area of the Achar Salar Goth Dhaheji Ghaggar, Bin Qasim Town on 20 September 2017, along with the LRBT team which comprised of 2 professional doctors and 3 paramedics The surrounding area of the Goth covers more than 16 villages with a population of almost 5 thousand people. This area is deprived of a hospital or any eye clinic.
Around 258 people visited the eye camp which included women, men & children. The doctors examined and prescribed medications to the people according to their needs, sixty six of whom were referred for eye surgeries and a few of them were called to visit the Landhi hospital for clinical follow ups.
Forty Three new cases of the cataracts and glaucoma were urgently referred for eye surgery and LCPL has taken the responsibility for the transport arrangement for them on 27 September 2017.