APM Terminals Mumbai's Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) committee determines and manages the projects the company supports, which add value to local communities mainly in areas of public health and education. In doing so we live up to our Mission Statement of “Being a good corporate citizen”.
Welfare Centre for Truck Drivers
Since 2016 we have operated two welfare centres for truck drivers at the pre-gate parking area. The clinics, staffed by qualified doctors and paramedics, aim to provide free primary medical care to all truck drivers and cleaners. By 2017 we had treated more than 26,000 patients. In 2019, this initiative was recognised as the best Health CSR Project at the CSR Health Impact Awards 2019, an initiative of Indian Health & Wellness (IHW) Council.
Other initiatives include providing public toilets at Sulabh Sauchalaya, a blood donation camp and the distribution of school uniforms to the Chirner tribal School, Koproli Tribal School, Ransai Tribal School, Vindhane Tribal School and the Chirner Residential tribal school.
In 2021, APM Terminals Mumbai donated an ambulance to the MGM Hospital in Vashi. This was done with the aim of helping patients in nearby areas, including Sanpada, Nerul, Seawoods, Belapur, Vashi, Koparkhairane, and Ghansoli, to reach hospital for timely treatment.
The ambulance is equipped with basic life-support-systems, analog oxygen delivery systems, auto loader stretcher trolley with floor mounting mechanism and more. This equipment is particularly useful for patients who require medical monitoring in transit and non-invasive airway management.
The ambulance will not only provide the means of reaching the hospital on time but also serve as a first line of treatment for patients. The ambulance will be managed & maintained by MGM Hospital and will help the hospital to save lives by reaching the patients on time for treatment.
Composition of CSR CommitteeMr. Julian Bevis – Chairman
Mr. Mohammad Azhar Shams – Member
Mr. Santosh Singh - Member