Since established in 1956, BEST has created ethical partnerships with organizations whose values, mission, and purpose align with ours. BEST's supply chain consists of vendors that place sustainability and innovation on top of their priority list. Our vendors provide us with recyclable and certified green products and have sustainable production practices. We also choose vendors who have ethical labour laws in place and who value the contributions of their staff by offering fair wages and good working conditions.
Similarly, we are intentional about the clients we choose to serve and make sure there is alignment in values and mission amongst us. Based on a shared desire for growth, innovation, and sustainability, we have successfully implemented various sustainability initiatives at our client's sites and introduced innovative technologies and methodologies. As a result, our clients receive services that exceed their expectations, and we can further improve and standardize our practices.
BEST is committed to building meaningful partnerships with Indigenous Nations in our local communities.
Our partnership with the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) opens the door to a vast network of Aboriginal and minority-owned businesses. This partnership is a valuable opportunity for us to gain insights into the diverse needs and perspectives of the communities we serve. By engaging with companies from various backgrounds, we can better understand the local landscape, enhancing our ability to design services that truly resonate with the unique characteristics of each community.
Our alliance with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business provides unique opportunities to directly connect and learn from Aboriginal businesses. This collaboration assists us in tailoring our services to be culturally respectful and responsive, ensuring that our operations are effective and sensitive to the cultural needs and preferences of the Indigenous communities in the areas we serve.
These partnerships will allow us better to understand the deep cultural history of different indigenous communities and to develop holistic service practices that are respectful and considerate of the traditional lands upon which they are delivered.
BEST is committed to building meaningful partnerships with Indigenous Nations in our local communities. Our recent collaborations with the Canadian Aboriginal and ...