The China Navigation Pty Ltd (who partly own Quadrant Pacific Ltd), are a member of ‘The Sustainable Shipping Initiative' (SSI).
At Quadrant Pacific sustainability is integral in everything we do from management and customer service right through to our interactions with suppliers and contractors.
The Sustainable Shipping Initiative (SSI) brings together leading companies from across the industry and around the world with two influential NGOs (Forum for the Future and WWF); to plan how shipping can contribute to – and thrive in – a sustainable future.
Their goal is to transform the global shipping industry and the wider maritime sector, establishing a new sustainable approach.
The SSI aims to help industry leaders look beyond their immediate concerns by understanding the long-term challenges and opportunities they face. As highlighted and anticipated by the Case for Action we published in May 2011..................... http://ssi2040.org/what-we-do/case-for-action/
Sustainability trends are becoming business drivers for shipping, as well as wider global industry. Well-managed businesses are responding to these drivers to ensure their survival.
Leading businesses are thinking big and working together and not simply reacting to pressure.
By providing a platform for leaders from across the shipping value chain, the SSI hopes to drive this process of change. ……www.ssi2040.org
SSI members are as follows: China Navigation Pty Ltd, Carnival Corporation and plc, ABN Ambro, Akzo Noble, BP Shipping, BUNGE, Cargill, Dnv GL , Gearbulk, Lloyds Register, Maersk, Wartsila, Namura, Rio Tinto, RSA, TEN Ltd, U-Ming Marine Transport Corp, Unilever
SSI knowledge partners: B9 Shipping, Deloitte, Hewlett-Packard, Holman Fenwick Willan, University of Strathclyde, United Nations Environment Programme
Finance Initiative, University College London Energy Institute – who have all supported the SSI and ensured that the right expertise for each of our work streams are brought together.