Jonmoore International honours long serving staff

A private transport and logistics service provider, Jonmoore International Limited (JMI), has rewarded its long serving staff for their immense contributions to the success of the company.   

This was during a grand dinner and awards ceremony held Tuesday at the Labadi Beach Hotel in Accra to commemorate its 20th anniversary.

The event also served as a platform to appreciate loyal clients and suppliers who have contributed significantly to the growth of the company over the years.

In all, a total of 24 staff were rewarded. They each received plaques, citations and rewards of either a plot of land or treasury bills for their commitment to and their diverse role in the success of Jonmoore International.

Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of JMI, Mr. Hilton John Mitchell commended the management and staff for their dedication and commitment to the realization of the company’s vision – “A business can have the best vision in the world but without a very committed and dedicated staff that vision will only be an illusion”.

“At Jonmoore International, we are blessed to have well trained, experienced and professional staff who have contributed and continue to contribute towards the realization of our company’s vision”, he stated.

He expressed appreciation to clients and stakeholders for their role in the successes chalked and assured the teeming staff of the company’s continuous support.    

Mr. Mitchell commended the awardees, further entreating them to do more to ensure greater success stories of the company.

The Special Guest of Honour for the occasion Nana Kobina Nketsia V, Omanhene of Esikado Traditional Area acknowledged the company’s role in developing the transport and logistics industry through the provision of innovative logistics solutions to the challenges of clients in Ghana and the sub-region.

“The company has always been a highly valued and strategic partner of the transport and project logistic industry”, he said.

He applauded management and staff on their success and entreated them not to falter on their high standards.