CONCORDIA MARITIME JOINS WORLD OCEAN COUNCIL FOR SUSTAINABLE SHIPPING

Concordia Maritime has joined World Ocean Council (WOC) – a global organisation consisting of shipping-related industries and stakeholders, which together aim to take responsibility for our oceans.

The organisation’s practical work is based on the exchange of information between the participating stakeholders for better mutual understanding. WOC’s goal is to influence political discussions and decision-making relating to the marine environment.

Concordia Maritime and Stena Sonangol Suezmax Pool have now signed on as members together with Stena Bulk, which had joined the organisation earlier. 

“Concordia Maritime very much looks forward to what its membership of the World Ocean Council will lead to. This international platform allows us and other responsible members of the maritime trade to partner with like-minded companies from other sectors. Sustainable business and oceans go hand in hand and require a global strategy”, says Kim Ullman, President of Concordia Maritime.

WORLD OCEAN COUNCIL (WOC)The World Ocean Council encourages the business community to assume collective responsibility for the oceans, and does not believe that a single company or industry can alone solve problems related to the Arctic, marine debris and ocean noise from tankers. Accordingly, the organization has engaged a vast array of sectors including shipping, oil and gas, fisheries, tourism, renewable energy (wind, wave, tidal), ports, cable companies, legal and financial services, as well as representatives from insurance companies. www.oceancouncil.org
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