RESPONSIBLE SUPPLY CHAIN – GREEN LIGHT FOR YOUR CARGO

The goals for responsibility and sustainable development defined for Euroports are based on the strategy and the Euroports Group's year 2030 goals for sustainable development.

Euroports has signed the United Nations' Global Compact initiative which is the largest corporate responsibility initiative in the world! We fully support the ten principles of the initiative, related to human rights, labour, the environment, and anti-corruption. We are committed to promoting the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) set by UN which meet the expectations of our stakeholders and on which we can have the most influence.

Various activities are ongoing to implement the model and to achieve the year 2030 goals. This requires informed actions and a philosophy of sustainable development based on strategic, operational and cultural integration.

Our wish is to act in a sustainable and responsible manner every day. Sustainable development and responsibility play a part in everything we do. We look after the well-being and safety of our employees. In our service production, we focus our efforts on continuous decarbonisation and minimisation of the environmental impact of our operation.

We firmly believe that through a sustainable and responsible approach to our activities on a daily basis we create an excellent foundation for achieving our year 2030 sustainable development objectives.

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