Canal Sugar, a pioneer in sustainable practices, was awarded an ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) Certificate at “Egypt’s First Harm Reduction Summit” on November 14, 2023.
This recognition underscores Canal Sugar’s unwavering commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices.
The ESG Certificate presentation was followed by a keynote address on ESG and sustainable business, further highlighting Canal Sugar’s leadership in environmental, social, and financial responsibility. The summit, a pivotal event for industry influencers and decision-makers, serves as an ideal platform to showcase Canal Sugar’s dedication to shaping a more sustainable future.
“We are proud to receive this ESG Certificate as part of “Egypt’s First Harm Reduction Summit”, a testament to our ongoing efforts in fostering sustainability across our operations. It reflects our commitment to environmental stewardship, social impact, and robust governance,” said Eng. Yasser Saied, Sustainability & HSE Director at Canal Sugar.
“This recognition is particularly significant as only a very limited number of companies have received this prestigious award. The certificate is presented by a renowned international consultant, highlighting the global acknowledgment of Canal Sugar’s exceptional dedication and impact in driving sustainable practices within the industry.”
“I am honored to witness Canal Sugar’s recognition at ‘Egypt’s First Harm Reduction Summit,’ receiving the ESG Certificate. This achievement is a testament to our unwavering commitment to sustainability and responsible business practices. As Chief Strategy & People Officer, I am proud of our team’s leadership in environmental, social, and financial responsibility, showcasing our dedication to shaping a sustainable future for all,” said Mohamed Adly, Chief Strategy & People Officer at Canal Sugar.
“Egypt’s First Harm Reduction Summit” brings together experts and leaders from diverse sectors, providing a unique opportunity to share insights and strategies related to harm reduction aligned with Egypt’s 2030 Vision and Sustainable Development Goals.