TSI Central Station's Vision & Mission Statement

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Our Vision & Mission

Our Vision & Mission, which we as a company live by. Complied by the staff of TSI Central Station.

Our Vision

Our vision is to offer exceptional service to our customers. We maintain our core values of transparency, integrity and total honestly We want to be the first choice transporter & logistics service provider throughout South Africa & Africa and to grow our business by growing our people, making each person “accountable” and to ensure that our every member of TSI Central Station are committed to go beyond expectation for our clients.

Mission

TSI Central Station's mission is to offer exceptional service and solutions to our customers. With a commitment to; innovation, passion, integrity and service excellence.

Our Commitment

We promise to keep our customers continuously informed and updated. We commit to adding value, reducing costs and being an extension to our clients business.

Creating Our Logo

From the About Us Page

In 2006, the idea of managing transport & logistics made us create TSI Central Station (TSI) came from the frustration of lack of information and the breakdown in communication between the shipper, agent, transporter, and receiver.

We built a system to bring all of these elements together. This ticked the box of being informed, then we addressed the different role players and offer a service that was based on transparency, not only on track and trace but on cost reduction.

The more that was saved in the logistics chain, the more the importer or exporter would be able to export. It is always about cost; the economy grows by sustainable volume not by quick buck mentality.

TSI Central Station was founded by Clifford Blackburn and Kevin Ross with the goal of providing fully read more

Definition of a Vision Statement

Definition and structure[edit] A vision statement is a company’s road map, indicating both what the company wants to become and guiding transformational initiatives by setting a defined direction for the company’s growth. Vision statements undergo minimal revisions during the life of a business, unlike operational goals which may be updated from year-to-year. Vision statements can range in length from short sentences to multiple pages. Vision statements are also formally written and referenced in company documents rather than, for example, general principles informally articulated by senior management. [2] A vision statement is not limited to business organizations and may also be used by non-profit or governmental entities.[3]

A consensus does not exist on the characteristics of a “good” or “bad” vision statement. Commonly cited traits include:[4]

concise: able to be easily remembered and repeated
clear: defines a prime goal
future-oriented: describes where the company is going rather than the current state
stable: offers a long-term perspective and is unlikely to be impacted by market or technology changes
challenging: not something that can be easily met and discarded
abstract: general enough to encompass all of the organization’s interests and strategic direction
inspiring: motivates employees and is something that employees view as desirable… read the full wiki definition