Along with 26 GDP (Good Distribution Practice) certificates, “My Commitment” posters are being signed by executives and team members and will visibly be displayed in the lobbies of 26 branches, 17 country headquarters, 4 regional headquarters, and 1 global headquarters.
With short sentences, only 6 bullet points, and plain languages, these statements were birthed from the bottom up, not a top-down corporate mandate, through surveys and interviews with over 100 JAS members all around the world from all levels and functions.
The poster’s first bullet point is about a local and personal connection with JAS’ customers in any location, because JAS is easy to deal with, acting like a good old freight forwarder but performing as a global GDP certified logistics provider. And the middle part of the poster primarily focuses on people’s knowledge, investment in digital, infrastructure, and vendor management. The last two points sum up precisely why we do what we do, and how JAS will behave.
There are three primary reasons why this simple poster is more than a piece of paper but a powerful foundation for JAS’s Quality Management System (internally also known as JAS Business Management System):