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Major environmental regulations dealing with air pollution, greenhouse gases and invasive marine species will come into effect this decade, aiming at reducing the environmental impact of shipping. Their scope will include international, regional, country and state level regulations. Our ambition is to be at the forefront of environmental regulations, both those already implemented and those expected.
We believe that an engaging and safe working environment at sea and on shore is integral to an efficient, sustainable and profitable business. Our governing documents clearly articulate principles for health and safety.
We have clear policies on ethics and anti-corruption. We do not
tolerate any form of corruption, and we expect all employees to
live up to the high ethical standards we lay down in our governing
documents and code of conduct. Business standards work is ongoing
and constant, and our various stakeholders depend on us being a
transparent and compliant partner.
When one of the industry’s brightest and most disruptive startup leaders meets one of the world’s most established maritime companies, you might expect sparks to fly. But when Xeneta CEO Patrick Berglund met Wilhelmsen group CFO Christian Berg at our Oslo head office, they found more common ground than disagreement.
(Wilhelmsen Ship Management, Ship management)
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