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SUSTAINABLE JOURNEY CONTINUES

AI assisted vessels to save fuel, battery power propulsion, huge reduction of single use plastic on board, continued low level of crew and passenger accidents and the launch of a fifth focus area – Equality and inclusion. That are some of the highlights in Stena Line's sustainability review A Sustainable Journey for 2018.

“With size comes responsibility and our ambition is to improve our operations every year to become a leader in sustainable shipping. The past year we have had exiting developments pairing artificial intelligence with the know-how of our experienced employees on board as well as increased focus on electrification”, says Niclas Mårtensson, CEO at Stena Line.

The company has also continued its efforts within crew and passenger safety as well as launched new initiatives for more diversity in our operations.

“This is a very exciting time for our company and I’m proud that Stena Line help shape the industry for European short-sea transportation,” says Niclas Mårtensson.

HIGHLIGHTS 2018

  • First battery hybrid vessel launched
  • Started using artificial intelligence on board to save fuel
  • Launched a fifth sustainability focus area – Equality and inclusion
  • Became ISO 14001 certified
  • Continued reducing single use plastic
  • Three of five efficient new ships under construction

FACTS!

Stena Line’s sustainability strategy is divided into five focus areas tied to the UN Global Goals for sustainable development with ambitious targets set in each focus area:

  • Good health & wellbeing
  • Clean energy
  • Responsible consumption
  • Life below water
  • Equality & inclusion

Stena Line has now released its third sustainability review describing initiatives, improvements and challenges in the operations. Read the full version here!

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