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    The Chronicle

    Dear Friends,

    At the very outset, I would like to wish

    you and your families a very Happy

    New Year. I am glad that this quarterly

    newsleer has given us a plaorm to

    communicate and get a quarterly

    snapshot of events / acvies /

    achievements of the last quarter.

    I would like to take this opportunity to

    thank you for the passion and hard

    work put in by you for closing FY14 on

    a high note. Your eorts have dis-

    played a majesc sweep in the year

    and I would want that being success-

    ful should become a way of life for

    each one of us going forward.

    I rmly believe in the quote The lad-

    der of success is best climbed by

    stepping on the rungs of opportuni-

    ty and hence I would urge you to

    seize each and every opportunity

    that comes your way and exploit it

    to its fullest potenal. This way, my

    friends FY15 shall be a joyous ride

    for us. So far, we have been suc-

    cessful in consistently delivering a

    notch above of what was expected

    from us and hence the biggest

    challenge for us in FY15 shall be to

    keep pace with this momentum and

    connue with the same rigour. I

    have full condence on the ISC

    team that we will be able to takethis challenge head on and deliver.

    Last but not the least by any meas-

    ure I would like to personally

    thank your respecve families for

    their support without which it was

    impossible to deliver the results

    that UTi ISC has !! Heres wishing

    you All the Best for FY15!

    God Bless !

    Sameer Khatri

    Straight from the MDs Desk

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    MD Speaks 1

    Quarter / FY-14Update

    1

    Whats up UTi? 4

    Award by Swiss Air

    & Turkish Airlines

    4

    And much more...

    Inside this issue:

    Headline: India wins Turkish Airlines Top Performer Award

    Q4 & FY 14 Update

    ISC-FY14 Q4

    INDIA-FF INDIA-CLD INDIA-Consol PAKISTAN-FF

    BANGLADESH-

    FF SRI LANKA-FF ISC-FF ISC-Consol

    Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY

    Gross Revenue 15% 13% -29% 58% 10% 16% 16% 81% 28% -25% -49% -36% 11% 8% 7% 10%

    Net Revenue 4%

    6%

    2%

    79%

    3%

    19% -

    2%

    59%

    17%

    3% -

    6% -

    3%

    4%

    8%

    3%

    19%

    Operang Ex-

    penses 0% 8% -18% -59% -7% -10% 10% -28% -20% -7% -27% -11% -2% 4% -7% -11%

    Operang Prot 9% 39% - - -5% 54% 17% 227% -1% -19% - - 5% 40% -7% 53%

    ISC-FY14 Full Year

    INDIA-FF INDIA-CLD INDIA-Consol PAKISTAN-FF

    BANGLADESH-

    FF SRI LANKA-FF ISC-FF ISC-Consol

    Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY Vs BUD Vs LY

    Gross Revenue 13% 23% -33% 28% 8% 23% -5% 32% 108% 99% -44% -33% 16% 28% 12% 28%

    Net Revenue 5% 13% -13% 40% 0% 18% -6% 48% 18% 20% -16% -7% 4% 14% 0% 19%

    Operang Ex-penses 1% -2% 1% -33% 1% -11% 10% -29% -7% -13% -10% -3% 0% -4% 1% -12%

    Operang Prot 15% 35% - - 2% 40% 7% 131% 50% 36% -78% -56% 12% 35% 1% 40%

    Overall the year FY14 has ended on a good note.

    Sameer Khatri

    Regional VP -ISC & MD -India

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    Signicant Business Wins for UTi India

    Jindal Steel Works Sennheiser Welspun Sterlite Industries Khosla Prol Krushna Cotex

    The Chronicle

    We enter the New Year with the worlds

    four largest economies currently undergoing

    major transions. The US is striving to boost

    growth in a fractured polical environment.

    The recent announcement that it would start

    to taper down its QE Policy of $85billion

    bond-buying program had sent the Sensex

    into a zzy. China is moving from a growth

    model based on investment and exports to

    one led by internal demand. Europe is strug-

    gling to preserve the integrity of its common

    currency while resolving a multude of com-

    plex instuonal issues. And Japan is trying

    to combat two decades of deaon with

    aggressive and unconvenonal monetary

    policies.

    Coming back to the year just gone by, Sfels

    December Condence Index remained above

    the 50-level for both air and sea, and set yet

    another record high as the overall index g-

    ure increased 0.4points to 57.5 as economies

    in Europe and the US connue on the road to recov-

    ery. Despite some declines on individual tradelanes,

    the overall current situaon remained good. For

    Airfreight, the current situaon for all trade lanes

    combined increased almost 2.0 points to 52.8, while

    for Sea-freight it increased 2.6 points to 56.3.

    From an ISC perspecve, India-FF and Pakistan met

    their 4th quarter Operang Prot budgets (at con-

    stant currencies) while Bangladesh missed it by a

    whisker, falling short by just a percent. For the full

    Year, India-FF, Pakistan and Bangladesh met their OP

    budget. ISC-FF beat its OP budget by 5% for the quar-

    ter and by 12% for the full year. ISC -Consolidated

    (inclusive of India-CLD numbers) beat its OP budget

    by 1% and showed a 40% YoY OP growth.

    Looking ahead, following were IMFs forecasts:

    As of January 2014, the IMF forecasts global

    growth of 3.7% in 2014, mainly on account of

    recoveries in advanced economies. 2013 global

    growth was 3.0%.

    The IMF says growth in the US will be 2.8% in

    2014, up from 1.9% in 2013.

    The Euro area recorded negave growth of -

    0.4% in 2013. Growth of 1.0% is ancipated in

    2014.

    Chinese growth in 2013 was 7.7%. It is predicted

    to slow to 7.5% in 2014.

    Indias growth was 4.4% in 2013. Its economy is

    expected to grow by 5.4% in 2014.

    Japans economy grew by 1.7% in 2013. The

    same growth rate is forecast for

    2014.

    WTOs forecasts for FY15 on merchan-dise trade, Exports and Import growth

    are:

    WTO expects total merchandise

    trade growth to be 2.5% in 2013.

    It is forecast to rise to 4.5% in

    2014.

    Developed economies exports

    forecast to grow by 1.5% in 2013

    and 2.8% in 2014. Developing

    economies exports forecast to

    grow by 3.6% in 2013 and 6.3% in

    2014.

    Developed economies importsforecast to grow by -0.1% in 2013

    and 3.2% in 2014. Developing

    economies imports forecast to

    grow by 5.8% in 2013 and 6.2% in

    2014.

    Moving up the Curve : Logiscs Industry

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Business Talks by Vikrant Dogra

    Vikrant Dogra

    General Manager -Business Performance &

    Strategy

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    The Chronicle

    During the CBR Session Mr. S M Abbas

    Country Manager UTiPakistan, expressed his

    sincere gratude to the enre country man-

    agement and working team who had contrib-

    uted in surpassing the milestone of FY14

    country budget. UTi PK crossed operang

    prot budget by 7%. Compared to FY13

    budget Pakistan overachieved by 131%.

    While, FY14 budget was 116% higher than

    FY13. From the last year we have increased

    by 105% in air volume and 34% for ocean

    export volume. Air export volume exceeded

    by 66% as compared to budgeted numbers.

    We have been able to enhance our business

    from FY13 clients by 135% in FY14 which

    shows a deep trust by client in UTi PK. Our

    shipment per employee rao has increased

    by 39% from last year and was 9% over budg-

    eted targets.

    FY14 challenged UTi in every possible way -

    starng from economic condions of the

    country to adverse condions of the key

    market forces. UTi Pakistan held fast to the

    internal iniaves and kept client centricity

    approach as driving force for achieving the

    teams business targets. The main focus for

    FY 14 was to Deliver oncommitments to the

    stakeholders and to achieve our FY14 busi-

    ness plan, which was further revealed in the

    session.

    Team Pakistan has successfully created and

    environment for sharing and learning best

    pracces among the team. Every One-Sells-

    Program locally and the breakthrough move

    towards SM&E specializaon into the local

    market rewarded the team to surpass all

    goals.

    Aer the signicant decrease of awarded sales in

    2012, we assessed our local teams special capability

    which could turn into compeve advantage over the

    competors. The Knowledge gained over the years by

    handling the globally renowned brands it was me

    for a Me-2 replicaon for the local SM&E clients.

    More interesngly, instead of geng engaged into

    retail business more, we preferably focused on SM&E

    program with the concept of catering to those 20%

    clients who are contribung to 80% of the volume

    and revenues instead of invesng into 80% local re-

    tail market which just contributes 20% volume and

    revenue but is a big chunk if you look at numbers. It

    consumes much energy, me, nancial throughput

    for a meager output. SM&E is our innovave idea for

    PLP broad-base establishment which has it is a com-

    plete win/win package through specialized designed

    soluons, we nourish an ulmate long term business

    relaonship which places UTi at trusted advisor-ship

    podium by the clients.

    In this marvelous achievement, our SM&E clients,

    Bedouin, Matrix Sourcing, Vi Sigma, OSP Group,

    ADIDAS contributed around 45% to our net revenue.

    Matrix Sourcing and OSP Group are our FY14 major

    businesswins.

    Likewise the last two

    nancial years, Anas

    VahedyRegional Sales

    (North) and acng BM

    Lahore is sll the topsales performer with

    241% over the budgeted

    target contribuon in

    FY14. We truly admire

    his outstanding perfor-

    mance.

    Yasir Ghouri

    Operaon Manager,

    Lahore has contribut-

    ed to around 9% of

    our total net reve-

    nues in addion to

    his core job acvity.

    We sincerely

    acknowledge his performance.

    (Above) Mr. S.M. AbbasAddressing

    the crowd

    FY 15 is another year for our Growth

    Journey and remember Perseverance

    is the key to success!

    Happy Selling, Cheers!

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    UTi PakistanSurpasses Milestone

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    Signicant Business Wins for UTi Bangladesh:

    Gruppo Coin

    The Chronicle

    Internaonal Mens Day, Christmas and Republic Day Celebraons held in India.

    India achieved a compleon rate of 99% in the CSEP Training, thus, taking India in the Green category across the globe BKK BM Training Module has been rolled out successfully for ISC

    1 View Kick O session has been successfully administered in ISC

    UTi India wins Award from Turkish Airlines on compleon of 10 years of operaons for being top performer

    UTi India wins Award from Swiss Airways for excellent support/ performance

    Launch of Policy on Code of Conduct for External Interacon in India for paving way for dealing with third party/ custom-

    ers/ business clients/ partners

    Christmas Celebraons held with much fanfare in Sri Lanka

    UTi Pakistan welcomed New Year in a Grand Way.

    Ocean freight Bangladesh handled 575 TEUs . This is the highest number of TEUs being handled by the locaon ever as far

    as the available stascs are concerned.

    Whats up UTi?

    UTi Worldwide India, in the past quarter

    grabbed two awards for the support

    extended to the carriers. The rst award

    was by Turkish Airlines on compleng

    10 years of operaons for being the top

    performer .

    The second award was awarded to the

    Indian Team by Swiss Airways for excel-

    lent support/ performance. The same

    award was collected by Mr. Manish Jain

    and Mr. Ravinder Katyal.

    Top Performer AwardTurkish Airlines | Customer Recognion AwardSwiss Airways

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Latest @UTi Worldwide, ISC

    India Marime Week Conference (Golf Tournament) -Sameer Khatri Won Straightest Drive Compeon sponsored by Mont Blanc

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    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee CornerIndian Sub Connent Arshad Mehmood

    ISC extends a variety of opportunies to the GlobalBusiness Hubs , its geographical locaon, agricul-

    tural producon , shortest transit me to reach

    any desnaon across the globe and availability of

    economical manpower. These capabilies and

    cultural behaviors are playing key role meet the

    world needs and requirements.

    UTi Global Freight Forwarding and logiscs solu-

    on provider is playing an important role in ISC

    region by spreading its services to other neighbor-

    ing countries like Afghanistan and CIS. These arevery dicult locaons on the earth due to weather

    and infrastructure, but UTi ISC Management is

    pung in best eorts and using the strength of its

    professional and dedicated team to provide best

    service to clients. UTiISC envisions to be the most

    protable Region on UTi Organogram. As employ-

    ees we need to work as one team and work to our

    fullest potenal.

    We atUTi Pakistan see the coming year as a store-

    house of high potenal opportunies, despite thecurrent business situaon not being too sup-

    porve. Our morale is high and we are all set to

    achieve our targets. Our vision is set on the target

    and we are ready to stretch ourselves to the maxi-

    mum limit to achieve the target.

    Lets begin 2014 with good hope and dedicaons.

    Best Of luck to all the team members.

    Peak Season

    Peak season is announced due to abnormal move-

    ment of cargo during specic period.

    When there is crical situaon of space on the

    ights and it becomes dicult to book cargo on

    early ight it is considered as Peak season at

    origin. Due to space issue airfreight goes up and

    somemes carriers do not entertain ad-hoc re-

    quests and book the shipment on sheet rates.

    There is another situaon when peak season devel-

    ops but this me not because of abnormal cargo

    movement from origin but heavy cargo booking for

    parcular desnaon(s) during a parcular seasoni.e. Christmas, New year and Chinese new year .

    Because of heavy cargo booking for parcular

    desnaons during the period shipments booking

    on early connecng ights is dicult and ship-

    ments not only reach at desnaon late but also in

    parts .

    Special Season @ Desnaon

    We take precauons during the peak season at the

    origin but we do not announce any strategy for the

    situaon developed at desnaon,

    What we will do when cargo does not get

    booked on early connecng ight?

    What will we do when cargo roung changes

    and do not get a direct ight?

    As per my suggeson desnaon has to arrange

    some special arrangement during special season

    e.g. in USA most busy points are ORD, JFK, LUX etc.

    but on the other hand IAH is less busy desnaon.

    In such a scenario we should make special arrange-

    ment for moving goods from IAH or any other less

    busy points nearest to the nal desnaon and

    advice the origin to book shipments on these less

    busy airports for this parcular season. While doing

    this, we should include the addional costs of

    transporng goods in our quote to customer.

    As you noce most of the mes customer asks for

    shipment booking on express due to urgency of

    goods which is an expensive soluon but if we

    suggest them our special arrangement on beer

    cost I believe customers will like the idea and ship-ments will arrive mely in one part and we will

    have beer control on the shipments.

    Logiscs Diconary Know HowRehan Khan

    Save Girl ChildContributed by Susheel MehtaWhen I was born, a woman was there to hold me-

    my mother,

    I went to school, a woman was there to help learn-

    my teacher,

    Whenever I was lost and depressed, a woman was

    there to oer her shoulder-my girlfriend

    (who later became my wife)When I needed compability, company and love, a

    woman was there for me -my wife, ( my second

    half)

    When I was tough, two women were there to melt

    me -my beauful daughters,

    And when I will die, a woman will be there to ab-

    sorb me in -my motherland

    So being a man-respect every woman and being a

    woman-feel proud to be one.

    Save Girl Child Save our mother, sister, wife and

    our daughter.

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    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee CornerThe Best Room Brian D Cunha

    The Best room in the Oce is where we eat,OUR DINING ROOM.

    The Dining room is the most important room

    in the oce parcularly because we eat

    here. The most noble jester of Sharing our

    simple and tasty food with our colleagues is

    pracced in the dining room .Happiness and

    laughter lls the room and every one forgets

    the strain and stress and enjoy the aernoon

    just like being at home. Enjoyment and

    nourishment are essenal for a healthy life

    and it's in this room where we receive good

    infusions of both. Aer all, no other room inthe oce is so closely associated with our

    ve senses as the dining room is.

    In addion to sasfying our stomachs, the

    dining room is a place where we fulll our

    social needs: U-N-I-T-Y. Talking about our

    families, weekend plans holidays and some-

    mes about cooking, are the many topics of

    discussion which we cannot do during the

    day when we work, so it's refreshing to be

    able to use the dining room as a centerpiece

    for coming together. At no place in the oce

    does conversaon ow the way it does in thedining room while we slowly devour the

    lovely meal. The room itself is a social cata-

    lyst, and this fact propels it to be the number

    #1 slot in the room category of our oce

    The Dining Room keeps us connected with

    one-another even aer we go back to our

    work staon as we look forward to going

    back to the best room to share our food,

    happiness and to have fun .

    A frail old man went to live with his son,

    daughter-in-law, and four-year-old grand-

    son.The old man's hands trembled, his eye-

    sight was blurred, and his step faltered.

    The family ate together at the table. But the

    elderly grandfather's shaky hands and

    failing sight made eang dicult. Peas rolled

    o his spoon onto the oor.

    When hegrasped the glass, milk spilled on the table-

    cloth. The son and daughter-in-law became

    irritated with the mess.

    'We must do something about father,' said

    the son. 'I've had enough of his spilled milk,

    noisy eang, and food on the oor.'

    So the husband and wife set a small table in

    the corner. There, Grandfather ate alone

    while the rest of the family enjoyed din-

    ner.Because Grandfather had broken a dish

    or two, his food was served in a wooden

    bowl.

    When the family glanced in Grandfather's

    direcon, somemes he had a tear in his eye

    as he sat alone.Sll, the only words the cou-

    ple had for him were sharp admonions

    when he dropped a fork or spilled food.

    The four-year-old watched it all in si-

    lence. One evening before supper, the father

    noced his son playing with wood scraps on

    the oor. He asked the child sweetly, 'What

    are you making? Just as sweetly, the boy

    responded,'Oh, I am making asmallbowl for

    you and Mama to eat your food in when I

    grow up.The fouryearold smiled and went

    back to work. The words struck the parentsso that they were speechless. Then tears

    started to stream down their cheeks. Though

    no word was spoken, both knew what must

    be done.

    That evening the husband took Grandfather's

    hand and gently led him back to the family

    table. For the remainder of his days he ate

    every meal with the family. And for some

    reason,neither husband nor wife seemed to

    care any longer when a fork was dropped,

    milk spilled, or the tablecloth soiled.

    On a posive note, I've learned that, nomaer what happens, how bad it seems to-

    day, life does go on, and it will be beer to-

    morrow.

    I've learned that you can tell a lot about a

    person by the way he/she handles four

    things:a rainy day, the elderly, lost luggage,

    and tangled Christmas tree lights.

    I've learned that making a 'living' is not the

    same thing as making a 'life.'

    I've learned that life somemes gives you a

    second chance. I've learned that you should-

    n't go through life with a catcher's mi on

    both hands. You need to be able to throwsomething back somemes. I've learned that

    if you pursue happiness, it will elude you But,

    if you focus on your family, your friends, the

    needs of others, your work and doing the

    very best you can, happiness will nd youI've

    learned that whenever I decideonsomething

    with an open heart, I usually make the right

    decision. I've learned that even when I have

    pains, I don't have to be one. I've learned

    that every day, you should reach out and

    touch someone.

    I've learned that I sll have a lot to learn.

    A Wooden BowlContributed by Khushboo Singhal

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    Internaonal Mens Day @ UTi Worldwide, India

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee Engagement @UTi Worldwide, ISC

    Internaonal Mens day is celebrated

    across the globe on November 19 every

    year. To commemorate the spirit of

    Manhood UTi India celebrated Interna-

    onal Mens day with lot of fun.

    The celebraon spanned over a week.

    Starng November 18 to November 22

    an online event Guess Who? was con-

    ducted. As a part of the quiz, morphed

    images of Indian Men who had made

    contribuon in their elds was sent to all

    employees and they had to guess the

    name of the morphed celebrity. Every-

    day more than 100 employees respond-

    ed to the quiz.

    Another event Mooch Nahin to Kuch

    Nahin was conducted in which the men

    folk had to sport real/ fake moustache

    and click a photograph. The top 3 select-

    ed were eligible to get a gi. Over 75

    men folk of UTi sported real/ fake/ pen-

    cil moustaches .

    Out and out the event was a huge suc-

    cess and everyone enjoyed themselves.

    Employee Voice

    [email protected] work club is doing a wonderful job in

    the eld of entertaining their employees, this

    day I dont think is known by many people

    but this club must have brought a happy

    feeling in all the men on this day. Well done

    and keep up...

    -Khushboo Singhal, Gurgaon

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    Bringing Home the Joy @ Christmas Celebraons, India

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee Engagement @UTi Worldwide, ISC

    Christmas is associated with mirth and joy. AtUTi Worldwide, India dierent oces cele-

    brated Christmas through dierent acvies

    like Decorang the oce, Candy Count Con-

    test, Musical Chairs and Bombing the City. On

    the day of celebraons, employees could be

    spoed in the Christmas hues adorning the

    santa caps. Sound of mirth was ringing in

    from all corners of UTi. The mood for celebra-

    ons was set by the Christmas eats and car-ols.

    The Christmas Celebraons not only brought

    the fesve spirit back but also inslled the

    hope that the next year shall be bigger and

    beer.

    Employee Voice on Christmas Celebraons:

    [email protected] work club is doing a wonderful job in

    the eld of entertaining their employees . It

    was full on entertainment and the best part isthat it was less me consuming. In short span

    of me everybody enjoyed alot. Thanks HR

    team.-Payal Purohit, Ahmedabad

    All sta as well as labors also enjoyed the

    event, Looking forward for more such events!

    -Unmesh Bhalerao, Bhiwandi

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    Celebrang Regional Fesvals @UTi Worldwide India

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee [email protected] UTi Worldwide ISC

    At UTi Worldwide, India we celebrate ,each and every fesval with much fan-

    fare. This not only includes the major

    fesvals like Holi Diwali etc. but also

    regional fesvals like Lohri, Pongal Mak-

    ar Sakrant which all mark the advent of

    harvest season. This January we cele-

    brated Lohri in North , Pongal in South

    and Makar Sakran in West.

    Makar Sakranti Lohri

    Pongal

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    United by the Hues of Tiranga

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 to

    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Employee Engagement @UTi Worldwide, ISC

    Republic day is that me of the year

    when we remember the day Indian con-

    stuon came into being. In order to

    commemorate the spirit of Republic Day,

    we at UTi India hosted a slogan wring

    compeon. The theme for the same

    was I love my India and all the employ-

    ees could be seen moving busy wracking

    their brains to come up with innovave

    slogans.

    Not only this, all the oces were deco-

    rate with ranga huesballoons,

    streamers etc. This not only made the

    oces look lively but also reinslled the

    patrioc spirit in us. The event concluded

    with distribuon of ranga sweets to all

    employees.

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    Christmas fesvies are incomplete withoutthe decoraons . UTi Sri Lanka, which is a

    part of the Pership Group along with 8 other

    SBUs parcipated in Deck the Halls compe-

    on. The theme for the compeon adopted

    by UTi Sri Lanka was logiscs Santa delivers

    on me .On the day of celebraons the en-

    re oce was brimming with sounds oflaughter and carols. All the employees had

    sported the Santa Caps and happily helping

    each other to win the compeon. The enre

    Sri Lanka oce united as a team the resultant

    of which was UTI Sri Lanka winning 1stplace

    in Deck the Halls (oce Christmas decora-

    on) against 08 other SBUs in the PershipGroup . The employees felt rewarded and

    happy on being the winning team.

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    Medical Camps @UTi Worldwide, Pakistan

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    Employee [email protected] UTi Worldwide ISC

    GOOD HEALTH, HEALTY LIFE. At UTi

    Worldwide this was the moo for De-

    cember 2013.

    As we all are aware that the excess of

    Sugar and Cholesterol is dangerous for

    health. If not monitored on a regular

    basis it can lead to severe health prob-

    lems and issues. Therefore its regular

    monitoring and control is necessary to

    live a healthy life.

    In order to ensure that employees are

    aware about their health, UTi Pakistan

    had arranged Free Medical Camp for

    Sugar and Cholesterol tesng in Karachi

    Branch. The camp was held on Decem-

    ber 23, 2013 in the oce premises. Not

    only this, a healthy breakfast was also

    arranged for the employees.

    Most of the employees got their blood

    tested for sugar and cholesterol levels

    and enjoyed the healthy breakfast. Em-

    ployees highly appreciated the compa-

    nys eorts.

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    New Year Celebraons @UTi Worldwide, Pakistan

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    Employee [email protected] UTi Worldwide ISC

    On 1stJanuary 2014, UTi Worlwide Paki-stan welcomed the New Year in its own

    special way. New Year celebraons in

    UTi Pakistan, Karachi Branch were ar-

    ranged with the much enthusiasm . The

    underlying mood for the celebraons

    was to improve eorts and be deter-

    mined to surpass the targets in the new

    scal year i.e. FY 14 15.

    The oce was decorated with Balloonsand bunngs which livened the mood

    and set the pace for fesve spirit.

    The celebraons began with the cake

    cung ceremony of three delicious

    cakes by Country Manager, one of the

    most senior employee and the latest

    new joinee. Post that all the employees

    shared their New Years resoluon forthe year 2014.

    The event concluded with distribuon of

    snacks during which employees could be

    seen joyously exchanging updates from

    their lives.

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    WELCOME ABOARD!

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    January 2014

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    New Joiners @UTi Worldwide, ISC

    M Shekar

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    Mathew MT

    Human Resources

    Bhiwandi

    Prabhat L Gaud

    Sales

    Chennai

    Sween Kumar

    Customer Service

    Chennai

    Kadambari N Narule

    Customs Brokerage

    Mumbai

    Abhijit Vijay Patil

    Sales

    Pune

    Dilip S Bole

    Ocean Export

    Mumbai

    P R Ambashanker

    Sales

    Chennai

    M Rajashree

    Air Export

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    Subodh P Salvi

    Ocean Import

    Oragadam

    Kamlesh C Gurav

    Customer Services

    Mumbai

    Gunjal J Vitthal

    Finance

    Pune

    Vishal P Tambe

    Air Export

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    Nayak N Jayantilal

    Sales

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    Hitesh Dogra

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Srikant Mohanty

    Sales

    Pune

    A H Venkatasubramanian

    Global CIT

    Chennai

    Saifulla Khan

    Air Import

    Bangalore

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    Prateek Malik

    Human Resources

    Gurgaon

    Devendra Karangutkar

    Ocean Export

    Mumbai

    Savita Tandon

    Human Resources

    Chakan

    Krishna S Rawat

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Kishor P Kajania

    Ocean Export

    Mumbai

    L Sunil Kumar

    Air Export

    Bangalore

    Gideon Francis

    Customer Service

    Bangalore

    Dinesh Fernando

    Ocean Freight

    Colombo

    Syed Shariff

    Sales

    Dhaka

    Lanka Mendis

    Finance

    Colombo

    Sumedha De Silva

    Sales

    Colombo

    Kulshari Weerasuriya

    Human Resources

    Colombo

    Md. Monjur ul-Haque

    Sales

    Dhaka

    Jagath Ranasinghe

    Air Freight

    Dhaka

    Hassan Saleem

    Sales

    Colombo

    Shameel Dane

    Sales

    Colombo

    Md. Furqan Ul Haq

    Ocean Export

    Lahore

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    FUN CORNER

    Work your grey cells to figure out the response to this Sudoko

    Answersshallbesharedinthenextedition.

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    Watch this space for answers to the above in the next issue...till then STAY TUNED for more...

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    FUN CORNER

    Last Edions Jumble Up Word Challenge (Answers)

    Word No 1: ARGENTINA

    Word No 2: DANDELION

    Word No 3: KIDNEY

    Spot the Difference!

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    Winners CornerJumbled Up Words Challenge

    Sudoku Challenge

    Khushboo Singhal

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Samir Bose

    Sales

    Kanpur

    Dhiraj Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Rama Nailwal

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Rama Nailwal

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Sudha Rao

    Sales

    Gurgaon

    V S Srikaanth

    Customer Service

    Chennai

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    Congratulaons to all Long Service Award recipients!

    The Chronicle

    UTi Worldwide, Indian Sub- ContinentNovember 2013 toJanuary 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Pradeep Thapa

    Air Export

    Kolkata

    Manoj Kumar Gupta

    Finance

    Kolkata

    Satyajit Das

    Air Export

    Kolkata

    Mohammad Ayub

    Air Export

    Kolkata

    Sukumar Sain

    Ocean Export

    Kolkata

    Kavita Walia

    Administraon

    Kolkata

    Amal K Sur

    Ocean Export

    Kolkata

    Anil Jain

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Rajesh Kumar

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Ravinder Katyal

    Branch

    Gurgaon

    Sushma Koul

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Monika Luthra

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Raj Kumar

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Suresh Rajoria

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Mohan Singh Danu

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Karuna Sharma

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Deep Chand

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Rakesh Choudhury

    Administraon

    Gurgaon

    Ghanshyam Mishra

    Air Import

    Gurgaon

    Radhey M Gupta

    Finance

    Gurgaon

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    January 2014

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    Hemant Verma

    Sales

    Gurgaon

    Amit Oberoi

    Finance

    Gurgaon

    Nawancoor Dasder

    Sales

    Gurgaon

    Surender Kumar

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Vikrant Dogra

    Branch

    Gurgaon

    Sanjeev Dewan

    Air Export

    Gurgaon

    Jagdish Kumar

    Ocean Export

    Gurgaon

    Janglesh K Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Kailash S Raghav

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Surjit S Pathania

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Lakhpat Singh

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Surya Bali

    Administraon

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Dayanand

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Mohinder Chowdhery

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Sunder Lal

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Ram Prakash

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Ashok K Syal

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Rakesh K Pathania

    Customs Brokerage

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Ghanshyam Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Sanjay K Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Congratulaons to all Long Service Award recipients!

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    January 2014

    Volume 1, Issue 3

    Om Prakash

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Sanjeev Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Dharmender Kumar

    Ocean Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Lila Kumar Limboo

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Harendra Choudhary

    Customs Brokerage

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Raj K Sharma

    Customs Brokerage

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Susheel Mehta

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Jay Shanker Pathak

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Vinod K Dahiya

    Customs Brokerage

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Rajeev Sood

    Ocean Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Dhiraj Sharma

    Air Export

    MahipalpurDelhi

    Lallan Manchi

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Ravi Kant Chauhan

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Paras Ram

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Jai Kishan

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Dasrath Singh

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Sailesh K Rai

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Bachan Prasad

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Shiv Narain

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Sanjay Chowdhry

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Congratulaons to all Long Service Award recipients!

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    Ajay Choudhary

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Anthony Dass Joseph

    Air Export

    Bangalore

    Nixon John

    Ocean Export

    Bangalore

    Ashish Naik

    Finance

    Mumbai

    Prahlad Singh

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Arjun Singh

    Air Export

    SamalkhaDelhi

    Narasimhaiah Muni

    Ocean Export

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    M V Ranganatha Rao

    Air Export

    Bangalore

    N Nagaraj

    Air Export

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    R Prabhakar

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    N Ravindra

    Finance

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    Raja Rathnam

    Air Export

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    G Ramasamy

    Air Export

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    Anil Sawant

    Air Export

    Mumbai

    Ganesh Puthran

    Ocean Export

    Mumbai

    Dilip Chavan

    Ocean Import

    Mumbai

    Kusum Shah

    Ocean Export

    Mumbai

    Congratulaons to all Long Service Award recipients!

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    Coming Soon

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    From the Editorial Team

    Dear All,

    In case you wish to contribute to the Newsleer with a story, poem or anything else.

    Pleases feel free to drop in a mail to [email protected] or [email protected] and we shall get back to you.

    Look forward to your suggesons / ideas / arcles.

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    FUN CORNER ~ Answers

    Solution for the last quarter