Tigers sponsors Discover Urjaa Charitable Trust in India to help empower and educate children

The Mumbai, India, branch of global logistics specialists Tigers established the Trust to help disadvantaged children through education and training

Hong Kong, Monday, 17th December 2018 – Tigers is helping to empower and educate children in India by sponsoring the Discover Urjaa Charitable Trust – a charity focused on helping disadvantaged children discover their potential through workshops and training programmes.

Global logistics and transport specialists Tigers is committed to social responsibility, and the Discover Urjaa Charitable Trust was formed by staff at Tigers India to give back to society and support the education of children.

“Urjaa is a Hindi word meaning energy and potential, so the trust focuses primarily on helping children from financially disadvantaged families to discover their potential, or Urjaa,” said Vignesh Manjeshwar, Managing Director at Tigers India.

“Our work in Mumbai has helped many children to complete their education and bring about small but meaningful change in society through the education and empowerment of children.”

Discover Urjaa Charitable Trust is primarily funded by Tigers and staff from the Mumbai office support the organisation through volunteering their time at workshops and training, including teaching children English to help their careers in later life.

“English is India’s primary business language, as well as an international language, so it will help children with their studies, offer them better career opportunities when they are adults, increase their confidence, equip them with better communication skills, and broaden their world view,” added Manjeshwar.

Tigers also supports the Ubuntu Pathways charity in South Africa to help children learn computer skills, and runs the Savages in-house leadership development programme to nurture Tigers employees to become future leaders.

“People development is at the core of the Tigers’ value system, and, as a global organisation, it is our responsibility to give something back to society, which is being made possible through our work with Discover Urjaa and Ubuntu Pathways,” said Andrew Jillings, Chief Executive Officer at Tigers.

Tigers has 70 offices in 11 countries, and specialises in bespoke supply chain solutions, e-fulfilment and transportation by air, sea, rail and road.




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 Members from the Tigers India team volunteering at the Discover Urjaa Charitable Trust in Mumbai, where children are empowered by education and training.



Tigers is an enterprise solutions company specialising in e-commerce fulfilment, transportation, and supply chain solutions worldwide.

Headquartered in Hong Kong, with offices and facilities throughout the United States, Europe, Asia, Australia, and South Africa, Tigers has over 100 years’ experience of supporting customers in the healthcare, technology, fashion, automotive, wine and perishables, and outdoor and active lifestyle sectors.

In 2018, Tigers launched SmartHub:Connect, the world’s first combined freight, e-commerce, and logistics portal. The Cloud-based platform gives customers end-to-end visibility of their supply chain globally, from transport, to e-commerce fulfilment. As a modular system, it delivers cost-effective and customisable solutions.

eTigers, their omni-channel fulfilment product, provides the processes and software for full end-to-end e-commerce solutions, that can be used as a full suite, or as part to be swapped in and out, to work with customers’ existing systems.

In 2017, Tigers launched the Tigers eShop, an online trading platform, offering customers a marketplace with full e-commerce supply chain support in some of the world’s largest e-retail markets.

Tigers has eShops in China, Malaysia, USA, Australia, the UK, the Netherlands, and Germany.

Tigers is privately owned by Jumbo Glory Limited and GeoPost S.A.

For more information, visit Tigers.



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