HyLife Paves the Way in Social Responsibility

December 1, 2022
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We pride ourselves on being a company that prioritizes community service, sustainability, innovation, and philanthropy. HyLife is proud to recently win the first Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA) Social Responsibility Award.

The inaugural honour was created to recognize those MTA members dedicated to their communities and who contribute to society by leading the way with strong values. The award was recently announced at the annual gala celebrating industry in Manitoba, Canada.

“As an organization, HyLife is working hard to make a difference in the lives of their employees, their customers, the communities in which they live and work, and the environment. HyLife has set the bar high for future recipients of this award. Congratulations to everyone at HyLife, the 2022 MTA-Associated Trades Division Social Responsibility Award.”
– Susan Green, Communications Manager, Manitoba Trucking Association

Receiving the first Social Responsibility Award confirms that we are on the right track through initiatives such HyLife Volunteer of the Year, the Federal  Agricultural Clean Technology Program, and HyLife Fun Days, where together with our partners, we raised more than 1.7 million raised for local charities.

“Corporate Social Responsibility is woven throughout HyLife’s business. We invest time in carefully creating initiatives that touch on community service, innovation, and sustainability. From lifting morale by celebrating HyLife drivers in unique ways, like our Million Mile Club, to empowering our employees to be community-minded- these efforts truly matter.”
– Joel Rempel, Senior Director, Global Logistics Supply Chain Logistics, HyLife

Part of the award is an opportunity to pay it forward to charities of the winner’s choice. In the spirit of supporting organizations that keep both our roads and communities safe, HyLife will be gifting the National Truckers Against Trafficking organization and a local Manitoba Chapter of Operation Red Nose with a combined $2,500.

Thank you to all our partners and the Manitoba Trucking Association for this honour.

Read more about the award – https://trucking.mb.ca/industry-celebrated-at-manitoba-trucking-association-fall-awards-gala/

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