LITASCO aims to play an active role in the community in which we work. This commitment is reflected in our long term partnership with renowned local institutions.

Since 2000, LITASCO has been proud to partner with the Geneva Chamber Orchestra, a first rank orchestra which has carved a unique position in the musical landscape surrounding the Lake Leman, through its development of a highly personal sound identity based on the historical interpretation of the works in its original baroque repertoire.

LITASCO is represented as a member of the Foundation Council of the Geneva Chamber Orchestra and supports its further growth and development.

Together with the Geneva Chamber Orchestra LITASCO is participating in extraordinary musical events such as the now traditional Christmas Concerts.

LITASCO SA is highly involved in several Educational Programs provided by different Geneva Institutions such as:

The Master in Commodity Tradining and Diploma in Advanced Studies (DAS) in Commodity Trading provided by the University of Geneva.

Those innovative academic programs are developed with professionals and are conducted to best fit in with the demands of working while studying.
Students work part time, in LITASCO Geneva office and study part time.

LITASCO is also member and supports the Fondation pour Genève founded in 1976.

The Foundation plays the role of a real public service and is committed to providing various kinds of support in specific areas to the Geneva authorities in the context of the international development of the city.

The Fondation pour Genève creates, promotes, coordinates and supports initiatives that perpetuate Geneva's traditions of hospitality and openness to the world.

LITASCO SA / EIGER SHIPPING SA have taken pride in participating in Mercy Ships Cargo Days since year 2016, when this project was founded.
The Cargo Days are organized on a yearly basis as online fundraising campaigns.
They were created by the international shipping and trading community to support Mercy Ships, an NGO, which operates the world’s largest civilian hospital ships, serving in the poorest countries in the world ranked by the United Nations Human Development Index.