Corporate Responsibility

At Seago Line, we care about creating long-term balance between the economic, social and environmental concerns of the company, our customers and the communities in which we operate.

Corporate Responsibility

Here at Seago Line, we care about creating long-term balance between the economic, social and environmental concerns of the company, our customers and the communities in which we operate.

We have integrated sustainability into our business processes, with policies covering health and safety, the environment, social responsibility and responsible business practices. Our long-term commitment to addressing climate change is reflected in the way we use resources, optimise operations and handle waste.

With Europe moving towards reducing CO2 emissions, we endeavour to help our customers reduce their carbon footprint. Seago Line is leading the way in road-to-sea conversion through the expansion of our network, and by optimising our rail offering we’re helping to cut the number of trucks on the road.

We’re committed to:

  • Operating our vessels efficiently to minimise environmental impact.
  • Continuously improving environmental performance and pollution prevention through waste reduction, staff education and green technologies.
  • Meeting or exceeding compliance with all international, national, and local legislation environmental standards.

Your security is our priority

In an age where security breaches can threaten supply chain integrity, choosing the right transportation partner has never been more vital. With no room for compromise, we believe security is as important as commercial and operational factors in the management of our operations.

Ensuring the highest levels of safety for people and property, we are committed to:

  • 24/7 vigilance to prevent breaches of security procedures associated with our operations.
  • Co-operating closely with the relevant authorities to implement measures necessary to maintain the highest security standards at our onshore facilities and aboard our vessels.
  • Continually reviewing and optimising our procedures to ensure that our security systems are operating effectively.
  • Meeting or exceeding the highest industry security and safety standards for our customers and employees.

If you want to find out more about our security or sustainability measures, contact us now.

UK Modern Slavery Act

DOWNLOAD UK MODERN SLAVERY ACT

The 2015 UK Modern Slavery Act is intended to tackle modern forms of slavery work, ranging from abusive working and living conditions, to withholding of wages or passports, to use of trafficked labour. The Act applies to UK incorporated entities and foreign entities, conducting business in the UK, that have an annual turnover of £36m or more. These entities must produce an annual online Statement describing policies, and measures taken to mitigate slavery risks during the reporting year.

Within A.P. Møller - Maersk A/S, we have identified relevant legal entities, either UK incorporated entities or foreign entities with relevant presence in the UK, subject to this reporting requirement. We produce one statement approved and signed by the board of all relevant legal entities, since Maersk policies and procedures relating to the management of the risk of modern slavery are applied across all businesses. Please follow the link to view Maersk Modern Slavery Statement.

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